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Experiencing the Land: 2015-16 Vermont Land Trust Annual Report

Lambs at Merck Forest and Farmland Center

Photo by David Middleton

This year, the Vermont Land Trust conserved 12,665 acres of forestland, farmland, and recreation areas across Vermont! Explore our work through featured stories and photos, or download the PDF to read the full report on all conservation projects across the state. Read more.



What's New with VLT

Gale Meadows Pond

Wildlife Management Area Expands
Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department purchased 200 acres in Winhall and Jamaica to add to the conserved Gale Meadows WMA.
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Farm field

Jasper Hill Farm Conserves More Land
Andy and Mateo Kehler of the Cellars at Jasper Hill bought and conserved 51 acres to expand their cheese production business.
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Farm field

Lake Seymour Farm Protects 500 Acres
Jim and Sharlyn Jordan conserved their dairy and are working with VLT to find a buyer who will keep the land in production.
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Joan Wortman and Matt Deome

Dairy & Section of White River Protected
When Joan Wortman was nearing retirement, she wanted to make sure her land would continue to be farmed and well cared for.
Read more.


Rick and Kelly Clough

Dairy Protects 84 Acres for Water Quality
Vermont's largest protected river corridor was created on a conserved Ryegate farm.
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Gihon river

Stretch of Gihon River Protected
Organic dairy farmer of Top Rankin Farm protected land along the river.
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