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Gary Hawley

Gary Hawley has been a member of the Williston Conservation Commission for over 25 years. Gary teaches Environmental Sciences and Forestry at University of Vermont in the Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources.  Gary’s research interests include assessments of forest genetics and physiological responses to environmental stresses such as climate change and anthropogenic pollution.  Gary has been involved in several American chestnut research projects including cold tolerance assessments, evaluation of the growth of multiple seed sources and performance of blight resistant hybrids relative to other forest tree species. This work is being conducted with the TACF and US Forest Service.  Hawley also has been heavily involved and has directed many of the activities surrounding the green renovation of the Aiken Center and other Rubenstein School buildings at the University of Vermont.

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