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Dan Backus in sugarhouseWestfield: More than 500 acres of forest conserved. Read more.
 

 

Georgia: New town forest created. Read more.
 

Newport: VLT seeks concepts for Bluffside Farm. Read more.
 

Lowell: Couple donates 197 acres. Read more.
 

Shaftsbury: Mighty Foods Farm gets a new home. Read more.
 

Gale Meadows PondJamaica and Winhall: Gale Meadows Wildlife Management Area expands. Read more.
 

fieldGreensboro: Jasper Hill Farm purchases and conserves 51 acres. Read more.
 

 

 
 
 
 

Events

Frog in vernal pool47 Delaney Cross Road, Wells

TBD – Stay tuned for a date in April!

The Town of Wells' Delaney Woods is host to diverse forest types and wildlife habitats that are open to the public for recreation and exploration. Join the Vermont Land Trust and guest amphibian expert Kiley Briggs for a hike into the fleeting world of vernal pools- small, seasonal forest wetlands that are essential for the reproduction of several of our native frog and salamander species. Learn how to identify these pools and the creatures that inhabit them. Dress for hiking, and for mud!

 


 

 

Baird Farm sugarhouse at sunset65 West Road, North Chittenden

March 25-26, 10 am to 3 pm

Join us for a sweet weekend at Baird Farm in North Chittenden. Tour the sugarhouse, reverse osmosis room, pump station and--if the conditions are right--see a sap boiling demonstration. Free samples of syrup along with the option to buy Baird Farm maple syrup and other maple products. A great outing for the whole family! 

Photo by Baird Farm

 

 

 

Mike and Amanda of Tamarack Hollow FarmJoin us Friday, March 31 from 6-9:30 pm at the Maple Corner Community Center!

Free food and entertainment. A live auction of specialty and handmade items from Calais and Vermont will benefit the conservation of Armstrong Farm on Pekin Brook Road! Farmers Mike Betit and Amanda Andrews (left) of Tamarack Hollow Farm were selected to buy this farm from Ella Armstrong, so that their vegetable business can have a long-term home. There will be a cash bar.

Click here to learn more about our initiative to save Armstrong Farm.

Photo by Paul E. Richardson Photography.

 

 

 

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