Saturday, August 21, 2021 – 9:00 AM to 2:30 PM
As a member of the Windham Regional Woodlands Association, you are invited to join the Board of Trustees and other members like you, at our Annual Meeting to be held at the Scott Farm in Dummerston, Vt on Saturday August 21, 2021. Members and their families and friends are invited
This will be our first “in person” meeting since the covid epidemic began. The meeting itself will take place in a large, well ventilated function room at the farm. All other events will take place out of doors, weather permitting.
Here is the schedule of events. (All times are approximate)
9AM- 10:30 AM
A tour of the Scott Farm woodlot on Black Mountain Road. (not at the farm) hosted by Sam Schneski, our County Forester, and Ian Martin, forester for The Scott Farm. (Please note, if you plan to attend this portion of the day, please rsvp me at so we may know how many will need coffee and donuts. If you are not planning to come to this portion, there is no need to reply).
11:00 AM-12:30 Our annual meeting.
Welcome to the farm with a short presentation by the Executive Director about The Landmark Trust USA and The Scott Farm. This will be followed by our annual meeting with board elections, budget presentations, etc.
12:30 PM-1:00 PM
Lunch break. Due to covid concerns we have decided to forgo our normal potluck lunch and ask that you BYO if you would like a luncheon.
1:00 PM-2:30 PM (approx) a guide tour of the wonderful Stone Trust installations at the Scott Farm, led by Brian Post of The Stone Trust
2:30 PM -whenever People are invited to sit around and catch up with friends. (Also are invited to take down the chairs and tables!)
Directions to the Woodlot Tour
Rte 5 North to Middle Road (left) to Dutton Farm Road (left)
Dutton Farm Road to Black Mountain Road (right)
1/4 miles to a log landing on Right side of the road
Parking is along the road.
Directions to The Scott Farm
Putney Road (Rte 5) to Black Mountain Road on the left
Black Mountain Road to Kipling Road (straight- Black Mountain Road veers left)
Straight on to The Scott Farm (parking usually in the field below the farm)
We hope for a large turnout for this interesting day.
The WRWA Board of Trustees