Located on both sides of Bunker Road and Miller Road in Dummerston, this 169-acre farm consists mainly of hayland with some pasture, a small orchard and a sugarbush. The Vermont Land Trust is currently accepting proposals for the purchase of this property. Read more.
Nestled in the hills to the east of Harriman Reservoir, the Corse Farm has operated as a dairy and sugar maple operation in the same family since 1868. The family worked with the Vermont Land Trust to conserve the 290-acre farm. Read more.
Interested in purchasing an 87-acre organically managed farm? The Vermont Land Trust is currently accepting proposals for the purchase of this property. Read more.
We did it! Thanks to all of you, we've raised $1.85 million to buy and conserve the Bolton Nordic and Backcountry Land. Read more.
Working with a group of neighboring landowners, the Vermont Land Trust has conserved a 956-acre block of land in Tinmouth. Read more.
Have you been thinking about conserving your land? If so, read about the special tax incentives good through the end of the year for those who donate conservation easements. Read more.
A beautiful stretch of 229 acres of agricultural land has been permanently conserved by David and Diane Nichols. The couple worked with the Vermont Land Trust to protect a large portion of their productive farm from development and subdivision. Read more.
The foresters for the birds project take flight. VLT's Stewardship foresters are taking part in an effort to improve habitat for forest birds and other wildlife while also enhancing timber quality. Read more.
Gail Osherenko and Oran Young donated a conservation easement on 60 acres on Wolcott Pond to the Vermont Land Trust. In addition to 1,500 feet of pond frontage, the property also includes seven acres of sensitive wetlands and a vernal pool, which offers essential breeding habitat for amphibians. Read more.
The 65-acre parcel, located off May Farm Rd. in Barton, will be an economic, educational, and cultural resource for the tribe. Read more.
Beautiful photos and in-depth stories about some of the year's projects. Read about projects in Ferrisburgh, Canaan, Johnson, and Wells, among others. Our online versions of the stories have bonus photos in slideshow format. Read more.
If you are still interested in being a part of the campaign, please note that your contribution to VLT after 11/19 is gratefully appreciated and will be used towards reducing the town of Plainfield's conservation fund contribution. Read more.
Some great Vermont artists have donated artwork in support of the project. You can view the paintings here and make purchases through the West Branch Gallery in Stowe. Read more.