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Vermont Outdoor Education Network

"A resource for outdoor professionals and enthusiasts."
A division of Vermont Outdoor Guide Association

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Much like the branches of a tree, our industry reaches out in all directions. We each approach the use of natural  resources in a personal way, based on past experiences and individual choice.  Still, the spectrum of differences is supported by a common thread of issues.  They include educational opportunities, ethics, access to land, access to information, risk management, insurance, stewardship, finding qualified staff, advertising, legislative issues, multi use issues, population distribution, and on and on.

Vermont Outdoor Education Network hopes to provide an online resource for outdoor leaders and educators. We intend to assist you in making connections, in answering your questions, and in understanding issues that are unique to this industry. If you have questions or suggestions, please feel free to contact us at:

How To Use A Compass

Outdoor Safety

Leave No Trace

Issues Around Vermont
Land Management Plans
Lewis Creek Association
Connecticut River Management Plan

National Resources
America Outdoors
American Whitewater

Access to Land in Vermont
State Land
Federal Land
Private Land
Lakes, Rivers and Trails


Outdoor Education in Vermont

Public Land Management Plans

Green Mountain National Forest

The Vermont Forest Resource Plan 1999 - 2008

Vermont Outdoor Recreation Plan (SCORP) 2014 - 2018


P.O. Box 10
N. Ferrisburg, VT 05473


Landowner Liability
Liability Laws by State

Recreation Law
Outdoor Education & Recreation Law

Tourism Industry Issues
Vermont Emergency Management
Vermont Tourism Data Center