Lamoille County Natural Resources Conservation District & Nature Center
Sunday, November 18th, 10:00-3:00, Hyde Park VFW
A day of true holiday spirit where we will help you create earth friendly
gifts and holiday decorations for friends and family and the home.
wreath decorating · beeswax candles · birch log candle holders · a free children’s table · recycled ornaments
to craft or for purchase · gingerbread houses and cookies to decorate · hand stamped gift tags and more!
Cost is charged per activity ranging from $1 to $15. If you don’t feel especially creative, come bid on one of the many wreaths
entered in the wreath decorating contest. Your bids will determine the winner. Pre-decorated wreaths will also be available for
purchase; call ahead to reserve one in your name. The holidays just wouldn’t be the same without you!
Charles Davis, Chair
Michelle Gudorf, Vice Chair
Jo-Anne Ring, Secretary/Treasurer
Alexandra Garven, Fundraising Chair
MaryEllen Sudol, Volunteer Coordinator
Rodney Lanphear, Associate
Bob Verrico, Associate
Christine Kaiser, Associate
Robert Granger, Associate
Christina Goodwin, Director
Carrie Riker, Education Coordinator
Jim Eikenberry, Soil Conservationist
Nancy Allen, Soil Conservationist
John St. Onge, CED
To maintain and improve our natural resources.
To aid and educate our fellow citizens to appreciate
and adjust to the changes taking place in our natural
To be a local voice for conservation, preservation
and stewardship of all natural resources and work
in conjunction with other agencies (private and
public) at the grassroots level.
Here is an opportunity for people of all ages from all places to spend an afternoon getting
a true taste of diversity among Lamoille County farming operations. A variety of farms
(beef, sheep, dairy, vegetable) will be open to the publi