News

VINS Celebrates 50 Years

50 Year Anniversary

Press Release

VINS marks this historic occasion with a series of fun events.

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The Quechee Times

The origin of VINS lies in a case to clean up the Ottauquechee River.

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Woodstock Magazine

VINS has a long and successful history focused on environmental education.

News & Press Releases

VINS Presents Artist Jennifer MaHarry

Fine art photographer Jennifer MaHarry channels her love of wildlife into images that capture the spirit of each subject. Jennifer’s work has appeared in major newspapers, magazines, museums, art galleries and international art fairs with notable celebrities collecting her work. Photographs are printed on archival papers — either 100% natural handmade or cotton rag, using archival inks, framed in solid wood frames.

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VINS Announces New Exhibit – Songbird Aviary

The new Songbird Aviary exhibit replaces the existing aviary with a larger space, with greater visibility, and includes enhanced interpretation to educate our visitors. The new space safely houses non-releasable songbirds native to Vermont. Small trees and shrubs planted for food and cover fill the space, along with a water area. Visitors may quietly observe the birds as they go about their lives.

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VINS Presents Artist Margaret Lampe Kannenstine

In celebration of VINS 50 Year Anniversary we are pleased to announce local artist Margaret (Peggy) Lampe Kannenstine’s art exhibit, open April 2 to June 30 in the Neale Pavilion at the VINS Nature Center. Peggy is an artist whose acrylic paintings and works on paper have been shown widely for decades, and are held in many permanent collections around the country.

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VT Nature Newsletter

Forest Canopy Walk

VT Nature

Fall/Winter 2021-22

At VINS, climate change compels us to educate our communities, and commit to reducing our carbon footprint.

VT Nature Spring 2021

VT Nature

Spring/Summer 2021

VINS remains a safe outdoor experience. Being close to nature at the VINS Nature Center is the perfect antidote.

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VT Nature

Fall/Winter 2020-21

VINS adapts in this challenging time and continues offer virtual and outdoor learning and new research projects.