Johnson: 199 acres and Gihon River access protected in Johnson. VLT has sold the former Hooper Farm to the Rankin and Jones families. Read more.
Bethel: 89 acres conserved in Bethel. Property includes important frontage on the Third Branch of the White River. Read more.
Worcester and Elmore: 6,000 acres of forestland in Worcester Woods will be conserved. Read more.
Bristol: Baldwin Creek Health Protected with a river corridor easement. Read more.
Westminster: Paul Harlow conserved his farm with the Vermont Land Trust. Read more.
Bristol: The first phase of Bristol Gateway Conservation Project has been completed. Read more.
Dummerston: Fundraising goal met for Bunker Farm. Read more.
Dummerston: New owners announced for the historic Elysian Hills Farm. Read more.
Guilford: 287 acre forestland parcel conserved. Read more.
Pawlet: Sweet potato farm finds new home. Read more.
Craftsbury: Former Ryan farm conserved by Pete's Greens. Read more.
Jamaica: Forestland protected near Jamaica State Park. Read more.
The Vermont Land Trust is seeking a highly qualified individual or organization to purchase the 35 acre Patenaude Farm in St. Johnsbury and Waterford. Learn more.
The Vermont Land Trust is seeking a highly qualified individual or organization to purchase the 283 acre Tenney Farm in Fayston. Learn more.
Be a part of conservation by joining the Vermont Land Trust as a paralegal. Learn more.
VLT has sold the former Hooper Farm to the Rankin and Jones families. In addition to protecting the property from development, the conservation easement guarantees public access to the Gihon River. Learn more.
The Vermont Land Trust is selling 215 acres of woodland in Rochester. The property is being sold subject to a conservation easement that allows one camp. Learn more.
Posted July 2, 2014
Vermont Land Trust and Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation Work with Landowner to Protect Floodplain and Aquatic Habitat in Third Branch of White River. Learn more.
Posted June 6, 2014
People who live near the Worcester Woods know firsthand that their forests are rich in wildlife, are important for the local economy and offer incredible scenic beauty. This summer, the Vermont Land Trust (VLT) will purchase 6,000 acres of forestland that has been owned by the Deer Lake Timber company for more than 60 years. Learn more.
Posted June 5, 2014
Baldwin Creek tumbles down from the Starksboro hills and flows through a narrow valley of farmland before joining the New Haven River. In an effort to maintain the health of Baldwin Creek and to provide an important floodplain that will protect the Village of Bristol from flooding, VLT collaborated with Vermont Agency of Natural Resources DEC. Learn more.
Posted June 2, 2014
Paul Harlow of Harlow Farm conserved his Westminster farm with the Vermont Land Trust. Purchased by Paul's grandfather in 1918, the farm remained a dairy operation until switching to vegetables in 1968. Learn more.
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