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Our members are a diverse, creative bunch, solidly committed to land conservation in Vermont. We find them wildly interesting and thought you might too.

Marsha Drake of Williston, is a jewelry designer and for five years has chosen to give a percentage of the sales from her business, Marsha Drake Jewelry, to the Vermont Land Trust.

Marsha says: "Having grown up in Vermont, I'm pleased to give to an organization that is working with landowners and farmers to help keep this state a beautiful place to bring up my own children. Vermont is well known for its open pasture land and lush green forests. I thank Vermont Land Trust for helping to keep our state known for these things."


We love hearing from our members and sharing interesting stories. Let us know if there is someone you think we should feature for their conservation efforts with VLT. Contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. at (802) 262-1229.
 

VLT membersThe steadfast support of our long-time friends and gifts from our new members is vital to the work we do throughout Vermont.

This year, we had approximately 4,000 members, including 400 new members!

Thanks to members’ support, in the past three decades we have protected forests, farms, shorelines, wildlife habitat, and public trails in virtually every corner of Vermont.

Learn about what we've accomplished lately by visiting our news page.

With your help, we can continue protecting these special Vermont places. As a member, you will:

  • Receive our publications, including our newsletter and beautiful annual report.
  • Be able to attend events, including our annual celebration, farm tours, naturalist-led hikes, flower walks, and land stewardship workshops for free or at a discounted rate.

When you make a gift, your investment guarantees that open space and a working landscape will be part of Vermont’s way of life—forever.

Did you know? 92% of every dollar raised goes directly toward our work conserving land and an efficient 8% is used for administrative and fundraising expenses.

VLT is a 501(c)(3) and your gift is tax deductible.

Membership Levels

Gifts of any size are welcome and appreciated.

Introductory Member: $35
Supporting Member: $50
Protector: $100
Friend of Vermont: $250
Sponsor: $500
Benefactor: $1,000
Steward: $2,500
Conserver: $5,000
Guardian: $10,000

How to make a gift

  • Donate online using our secure giving page.
  • Mail your check to: Vermont Land Trust, 8 Bailey Avenue, Montpelier, VT 05602. If you are a new member, download our mail-in gift form.
  • If your employer matches your charitable contributions, be sure to include any matching gift information.

Sustaining Memberships

Sign up for a sustaining membership and make a monthly gift to VLT via your bank or your credit card. Often a donor is happy to make a larger annual gift when spread out in increments over time.

Gift Memberships

Looking for a unique, local gift for your friends or family? Why not give a gift membership to VLT for birthdays, holidays, or any special occasion?

Giving in Honor of Others

Honorary and Memorial Giving: Some members like to give in honor of a living or deceased person. If you do this, we will send notification to the recipient (or survivors) telling them that you have made a gift in their name.

Weddings: Are you getting married in lovely Vermont? Would you like to commemorate the occasion in a meaningful and personal way? Several soon-to-be-wed couples have chosen to include the Vermont Land Trust in their gift registry. A wedding couple may give a gift to VLT in honor of their guests, or may ask their guests to choose philanthropy as a gift to them.

If you would like to learn how to make honorary gifts, contact our Development Coordinator, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., at (802) 262-1204 to discuss your honorary or memorial giving options.

 

 

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