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.
Vermont Department of Forests, Parks & Recreation Commissioner Michael Snyder unveiled a new report to the legislature today that addresses the fragmentation of Vermont’s forests. Read more.
David Mayhew's generous land gift enhances public recreation and wildlife habitat in Cabot. Read more.
After a huge community fundraising project, a long-time goal has been acheived. Read more.
The Rainvilles and the Barabes conserved their farms with VLT in Highgate and Berkshire. Read more.
Farmers Chris and Hannah Fay were able to expand their dairy farm by selling a conservation easement to VLT. Read more.
Market supporters are working to secure a location that will provide space for vending, driveway access, and parking. Read more.
Fairmont Dairy, LLC has worked with the Vermont Land Trust to conserve 271 acres of farmland in Craftsbury, Glover and Greensboro. Read more.
The Vermont Land Trust purchased a large tract of forestland that has been owned for more than 60 years by the Deer Lake Timber Company, a family-owned company with deep ties to Vermont. Read more.
Sebastian and Heather von Trapp, together with Georgia von Trapp and Joey Nagy, to purchase the 283 acre conserved farm on Marble Hill Road. Read more.
Travelers going north on Route 100 to the village of Rochester will now be assured that two scenic and productive farms will remain undeveloped. Read more.
This year's report features five stories of conservation. Read about new farm businesses, balancing farmland protection with river protection, using conservation science to help species adapt to climate change, and protecting ecological treasures. See all stories.
Nearly a century ago, the visionary Vermont environmentalist Joseph Battell bequeathed to Middlebury College the large tract of land that is home to the Bread Loaf campus. Read more.