The Vermont Fish and Wildlife Conservation Group is a non-profit membership-based organization promoting conservation, environmental education, and outdoor activities such as hunting and fishing. We are based in northeastern Vermont but have no defined “region” within which we work. We are actively involved in issues and projects relevant at local, state, regional and international scales.
To promote the preservation and conservation of Vermont’s fish and wildlife so that its citizens and guests may continue to enjoy the quality recreational opportunities they provide.
Board of Directors
|Bill Hodgeman||Greg Fortin||Walt Driscoll|
Byron Fish 802-723-6385 email@example.com
Pete Engels 802-723-5950 firstname.lastname@example.org
Pete Rodin 802-723-4084
Craig Nolan 802-822-9926 email@example.com
Ray Bicknell 802-873-9312 firstname.lastname@example.org
Conrad Fortin 802-766-5195 email@example.com
Greg Fortin 802-323-2495 firstname.lastname@example.org
Walt Driscoll 802-723-6290 email@example.com
Chance Hodgeman firstname.lastname@example.org
Matt Laferriere 802-535-4226 email@example.com
Founding Directors (to serve at meetings in the absence of directors)
|Del Green||Willard Taft||Richard Tinker|
|Moe Jacobs||David MacDivitt||Nancy Green|
|Allen Turner||Fred Murphy||Craig Lefevre|
|Ercil Davis||Paul Mason||Burt Austin|
The VTFWCG charter states that we are to have 15 directors on the board. Currently there are only 12 leaving 3 vacant seats. We welcome anyone who thinks they might have an interest in the coservation of our natural resources and or would be willing do donate some volunteer time towards that goal to join us at one of our monthly meetings. These are held on first Thursday of every month at our fish-rearing facility on Eliot Acres Rd in Morgan VT. Another option would be to call any one of our directors listed above and simply express an interest to them. The meetings are all open to the public for members and non members alike. Please come ad share your ideas and opinions and us to help us with our mission to conserve and protect our natural resources for future generations.