• © Bryan Pfeiffer

    Thank you!

    Thanks to you and VCE’s entire community, the ALL IN for Biodiversity campaign is putting over $5 million to work securing a future for biodiversity! We can’t thank you enough for going ALL IN for Biodiversity and for caring so deeply and generously about meaningful, effective conservation work.
    Learn more about the campaign

    The Vermont Center for Ecostudies unites people and science for conservation.

    Mountains

    Forests

    Grasslands

    Lakes & Ponds

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    VT Atlas of Life

    © Kent McFarland

    Join the Second Vermont Butterfly Atlas

    The Vermont Butterfly Atlas is a five-year survey completed every 20 years to document the abundance, distribution, and conservation status of butterflies across Vermont with the help of volunteer community scientists. We need volunteers like you to adopt atlas blocks to survey butterflies during the atlas thoroughly.
    Learn more.

    Scientific Results

    Our scientists publish their findings in peer-reviewed journals across multiple disciplines.

    Read Our Publications

    Get Involved

    Community scientists of all interests and abilities join us in our research, monitoring, and conservation work.

    Get Involved

    Bee Survey

    Vermont has more than 300 species of wild bees. Since 2019, the Vermont Bee Survey has been exploring the Green Mountain State for bees. Join us!

    Check it out
    Six-spotted Tiger Beetle © Bryan Pfeiffer

    Upcoming Events

    Are you curious about vernal pools, wondering what it takes to manage meadows for grassland nesting birds, or eager to learn how climate change is affecting montane birds? These are just a few topics that VCE staff and guest speakers cover in both virtual and in-person events.
    Visit our event schedule.