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Donating Land to the Vermont Land Trust

We are so grateful to the generous people who donate land to the Vermont Land Trust. Did you know you can also donate land and continue to live on it for the rest of your life? Nancy Boardman of Arlington, Vermont shares her story about deciding to do just this.

 

 

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

Barn at Bluffside Farm

Bluffside Farm: Request for Concepts
VLT seeks proposals for plans to reinvigorate the Bluffside Farm in Newport as an agricultural and recreational resource.
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Bolton snowy landscape

Bolton Tours & Apres Ski
Join us for our 4th annual ski & snowshoe tours of the conserved Bolton Backcountry lands; music and food to follow!
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Sterling forest tour

Timber Harvesting with Birds in Mind
Learn first-hand from loggers, foresters, and biologists about how good forest management can improve wildlife habitat.
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statehouse

Governor Scott’s Budget Priorities Include Sustained Conservation Investments
Plan includes $16.3M for the Vermont Housing & Conservation Board.
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View of Hazen's Notch

Couple Donates Land to VLT
Jeannie and John Panner generously donated 197 acres in Lowell to the land trust.
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Lisa MacDougall

Mighty Food Farm Finds New Home
Organic vegetable farmer Lisa MacDougall worked with VLT's Farmland Access Program to buy a farm of her own in Shaftsbury.
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Crow Hill farm

Crow Hill Farm in Chester for Sale
This 263-acre property is for sale to a farmer through VLT's Farmland Access Program.
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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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