VLT and the owner of Chandler Pond Farm are working together to provide a farmer or multiple farmers the opportunity to acquire this scenic 256-acre farm. Learn more about Chandler Pond Farm and the application process here.
This 93-acre farm is for sale through the Farmland Access Program. VLT is seeking a farmer who will operate a commercial farm business and contribute to the agricultural community. Learn more about Green Acres Farm and the application process here.
VLT is working with the owners of Perry Farm in Brownington to provide a farmer with the opportunity to acquire this 134-acre farm. Learn more about Perry Farm and the application process here.
Thanks to 750 people who donated $150,000, and a grant from the Vermont Housing & Conservation Board, the Kingdom Trails Association will be able to buy a 133-acre parcel that is home to some fantastic trails! Learn more about the project here.
The Town of Rupert recently acquired 13.5 acres located in the village center along Route 153. Read more.
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.
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.
Posted June 12, 2015
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.
Posted 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.
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
Posted May 8, 2015
The Brattleboro Area Farmers’ Market finished a $58,000 fundraising campaign acquire and redevelop the former Planet Gas station on Route 9. Read more.
Posted May 8, 2015
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.