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Membership Promotion: Now through August 31!

Not a member? Haven’t been a member for a while?

Join before August 31 and be entered into a raffle to win a $50 gift certificate to a VLT-conserved farm near you that has a farmstand or that offers CSA shares (community supoprted agriculture).

Not sure if you’re a member? Contact Sharon at (802) 262-1241.


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Events Spring-Summer 2014

VLT protects land that Vermonters can enjoy forever. Get outside and explore interesting properties with our talented staff and partner organizations. For a few select events, early registration is open to VLT members, including owners (and stewards) of VLT-conserved land. Unless noted otherwise, events are free for members and $10 for non-members. Events can fill, so sign up early. All children 12 and under are free. Questions?  Contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. at (802) 262-1241.

Valley Dream Farm Tour and Pizza Social

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DATE: Thursday, August 21

TIME: 5:30–7:30 pm

PLACE: Cambridge

Mt. Mansfield provides the backdrop for this high-production organic vegetable and fruit farm.

Enjoy wood-fired pizza topped with fresh produce, followed by a tour of the greenhouses and production fields.

Co-sponsored with Northeast Organic Farming Association of Vermont (NOFA-VT). RSVP encouraged. $5 per person suggested donation.



Haystack Hike and Sweet Potato Pie in the Mettowee

View from Haystack DATE: Thursday, September 11

TIME 2 pm hike; 5:30–7:30 pm pizza and farm tour

PLACE: Laughing Child Farm. Pawlet

Enjoy an afternoon hike up Haystack Mountain with forester Alan Calfee.

Can’t make the hike? Join us at 5:30 for roasted spuds and fresh-baked pizza followed by a farm tour of Vermont’s biggest sweet potato farm.

Co-sponsored with NOFA-VT. RSVP encouraged. $5 per person suggested donation.

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Creating a Pollinator Enhancement Plan for Your Farm

apple blossom and beeDATE: Saturday, November 8

TIME: 9 am–3 pm

PLACE: Shelburne Farms, Shelburne

Participants in this hands-on intensive workshop will learn about native pollinator habitat needs and create a customized habitat enhancement plan for their farm.

Taught by Jane Sorensen, landscape architect and farmer-owner of VLT-conserved River Berry Farm, and John Hayden, entomologist and farmer-owner of The Farm Between.

Lunch provided by Sugarsnap catering. $35/member or conserved property owner or $55/non-member.

Early registration open until October 1.


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