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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

burning bush branch

Invasive Plants Workshop
Landowners can help stop the spread of invasive plants--join us at Bluffside Farm in Newport to learn how.

view from mountain

Nearly 3,000 Acres Protected in Rutland County
Bird Mountain Wildlife Management Area in Ira and Poultney has expanded! Learn more.

White wildflower

Early Spring Wildflower Foray
Join Jennifer Garrett of VLT for a walk in the Mile Around Woods in Bennington on April 29 to see some spring ephemeral flowers. Learn more.

Dan Backus in sugarhouse

500 Acres of Forestland Protected
Dan and Kim Backus conserved their Westfield forestland with help from VLT, the Forest Legacy Program, and Vermont FPR.
Read more.


Georgia Town Forest

Georgia Gets a Town Forest
The Town now owns 179 acres, open to the public for hiking, hunting, skiing, and more.
Read more.


Mad River Park

Help Save Mad River Park!
The recreation fields used by communities in the Mad River Valley are for sale...help us keep them open for public use.
Learn more.






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