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Articles from our Landowner Newsletter

manure drag lineKeeping Nutrients in the Soils: Manure Injection and Aeration. Read more.
 

soilSoil Recovery after Irene: Questions and Answers with Heather Darby. Read more.
 

emerald ash borerInvasive Insects: Achilles heels of the northern forest. Read more.
 

wheatGrowing Grains In Vermont. Read more.

 

riverCaring for our Rivers and Floodplains. Read more.

 

Invasive Plants: What Landowners Can Do. Read more.

 

Vernal Pools: Secret Worlds in the Woods Read more.

 

Firewood: Energy From the Forest   Read more.

 

Alternative Energy on the Farm: Methane Digesters Read more.

 

Alternative Energy on the Farm: Wind Power Read more.

 

Managing Your Land for Birds Read more.

 

Non-native plants that are harming our forests, fields and farms Read more.

Information for Owners of Land Conserved with VLT

Frequently Asked Questions About Working with the Vermont Land Trust

What Happens After You Sign a Conservation Easement? When should you call us? These and other questions are addressed in our Stewardship FAQs. If you don't find the answer to your question, contact your Regional Stewardship Manager.

 

Stewardship Staff Information

Get to know your local stewardship staff person. This page contains bios and contact info. If you are unsure who to call, call our headquarters at (802) 223-5234.

 

Managing and Harvesting Woodland Conserved with the Vermont Land Trust (PDF)

This guide offers technical help to the professional who is preparing a forest management plan for an owner of land conserved with the Vermont Land Trust.

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