Burnt Rock Farm in Huntington Expands

Burnt Rock Farm in Huntington Expands

Justin Rich and Lindsay Lyman-Clarke of Burnt Rock Farm grow organic veggies in Huntington, and recently conserved farmland with VLT. “Buying and conserving this valuable farmland gives us more options for crop rotations and it allows us to manage our land better,” said Justin.

Farmland and Headwaters Protected in Barton

Farmland and Headwaters Protected in Barton

Rupert Chamberlin, longtime president of the Vermont Farm Bureau, started farming in Barton in the early 1960s, with his wife, Muriel. Over time, they pieced together 105 acres of excellent farmland with spectacular views of the Lowell Mountain Range and Jay Peak. As...
A Farm at the Heart of its Community

A Farm at the Heart of its Community

In her 44 years of farming in Monkton, Norma Norris put her family farm at the heart of the community. She and her husband started out dairy farming in 1973. In ’95, they switched to what had been Norma’s sideline: delicious strawberries. They added veggies, more...
VLT’s Holiday Gift Guide! Support Vermont Businesses & Conservation

VLT’s Holiday Gift Guide! Support Vermont Businesses & Conservation

Holiday season is underway, and we’re plenty familiar with the rush to find the perfect gift. Never fear! We’ve created the ultimate gift guide to get you through holiday shopping, while also supporting local businesses and conservation in Vermont. Check it out and...
Working Together for Clean Water

Working Together for Clean Water

Cliffords have been farming in Starksboro since the family first arrived from Scotland in 1790. “What history has told us,” says eighth-generation farmer Eric Clifford, pointing east from his kitchen window, “is because Mr. John Deere hadn’t invented the steel plow...