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Rupert: The Town of Rupert acquired 13.5 acres of open space with VLT's assistance. Read more.
 

Mountain bikeLyndon: VLT partnering with Kingdom Trails Association to save mountain biking trails. Read more.

fieldsCharlotte: Conservation helps Bean family purchase farmland. Read more.


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Five students received the Land Steward Award from VLT. Read more.
 

Brattleboro: Farmer's Market moves ahead to improve site. Read more.
 

lineback cowAlbany: Sweet Rowen Farmstead Buys Land with VLT help. Read more.
 

fernsMontpelier: New report on Vermont forestland. Read more.
 

trailCabot: Land gift benefits public and wildlife. Read more.


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Bennington: New park and natural area. Read more.

Franklin County: Three farms conserved. Read more.


Guildhall: Farmland and wetlands conserved. Read more.


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Orleans County: Fairmont Dairy, LLC conserves 271 acres. Read more.

 

 

 

 

 
 

Rupert fieldsPosted July 13, 2015

Rupert Acquires Open Space with Assistance from VLT

The Town of Rupert recently acquired 13.5 acres located in the village center along Route 153. Read more.

 

 


 

Mountain biking on Kingdom trailsPosted July 2, 2015

VLT and Kingdom Trails Trying to Save Lyndon Trails

The Kingdom Trails Association and VLT have launched a fundraising campaign to save a much-loved section of mountain biking trails in Lyndon. Read more.


 



Fields
Posted July 2, 2015

Bean Family Purchases Farmland

Patricia Bidinger conserved 75 acres of fertile farmland with the Vermont Land Trust, which allowed the Bean family to purchase the land for their dairy business. Read more.


 


 

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Posted June 12, 2015

Farm for Sale in Granville

As part of our Farmland Access program, we are looking for new farm owners who will operate a commercial farm business and contribute to the agricultural community. Read the full request for proposals.

 


 

hayingPosted June 11, 2015

Vermont Land Trust Honors Five Students

This marks the tenth year that the Vermont Land Trust has given the Land Steward Award to students who have demonstrated an exceptional commitment to the disciplines of forestry or agriculture. Read about the students who received awards.
 



palette
Posted June 5, 2015

VLT announces Eyes on the Land

Artists have been matched with conserved properties around the state as part of Eyes on the Land---a project VLT is doing in partnership with the Shelburn Museum. Learn more about Eyes on the Land at eyesontheland.org
 


 

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Posted May 8, 2015

Brattleboro Area Farmer's Market Moves Ahead to Improve Site

The Brattleboro Area Farmers’ Market finished a $58,000 fundraising campaign acquire and redevelop the former Planet Gas station on Route 9. Read more.

 


 

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Posted May 8, 2015

Owner of Sweet Rowen Farmstead Buys Land

Paul Lisai of Sweet Rowen Farm was recently able to secure the future of his business by purchasing land for his farm with help from VLT.  Read more.

 


 

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