Wednesday, March 11, 2015

South Burlington, Vermont Nature Trails - UVM Centennial Woods Natural Area

Centennial Woods Natural Area Photos

"Centennial Woods Natural Area, with nature trails, is part of a larger wooded area that straddles the Burlington-South Burlington, Vermont city line. It is is one of the University of Vermont's nine natural areas, and is managed by the UVM Environmental Program. Development rights have been transferred to the Vermont Land Trust.

Centennial Woods Natural Area contains about 70 acres of mature conifer stands, mixed hardwoods, fields, streams, and wetland areas. Adjacent to the UVM campus, it serves as an excellent natural laboratory to study the region’s plants, animals, and natural processes, as well as cultural history.

 A well developed trail system wanders through Centennial Woods, offering visitors samples of the natural communities and landscape features thriving here."
~ Prudence Doherty, UVM Bailey Library Subject Librarian 

                                                             Nearby Landmark

It's not necessary to go far and wide. I mean, you can really find exciting and inspiring things within your hometown. 
~Daryl Hannah

       Note the painter's pallet of rich brown and ochre hues. 

                 The best things in life are not only free, but the line is shorter. ~Robert Brault

 In every walk with nature one receives far more than he seeks. ~John Muir.

Click here for field guide to Centennial Woods Natural Area. 
Click here for directions from Local Motion Trail Finder. 
Click here for Information on Centennial Woods provided by UVM Bailey Library. 

Click here for South Burlington Recreation and Parks information.   

To view any of the other Natural areas, Parks, and Bike-Path photos, in my Community  series, click on the Table of Contents tab on the top of  this blog, page down to Community then click on the posting of your choice.  

Bernie publishes essays and photos reflecting Vermont values of Green and Clean and Community. He urges us all to, pick up litter and maintain a litter free environment through caring, community, and contribution in order to protect our water, wildlife, and human health. 
Bernie resides in SB, Vermont

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