We protect the land that makes Vermont special – farms, forests, parks, trails, ponds and more. Over the past 40 years, the Vermont Land Trust has conserved more than half a million acres including 900 farm properties and large stretches of uninterrupted forest. We want to make sure that people today and future generations are able to enjoy the land and Vermont’s rural traditions like those who came before us. Learn more.
Women and Our Woods
Join fellow women woodland owners for a bird walk at the VLT-owned Hill-Robert property in Starksboro on June 2. More information.
One way we can protect Vermont’s working landscape is to conserve land. This land includes productive farmland; forests rich with timber and wildlife habitat; and town forests and trails that further our connection to nature and neighbors. We work with both private landowners and communities to protect that land that makes Vermont special. Learn more.