Fields, Forest, and Stream Protected in Fairfax

Fields, Forest, and Stream Protected in Fairfax

Making sure land along streams has native trees and plants helps keep the water clean and cool, which benefits fish and other species. This stream, a hemlock forest, and open overlooks in Fairfax are now conserved for healthy forests, clean water, and wildlife. Thanks to Newt Garland, who protected the land he’s taken care of for decades.

Announcing the New Deer Run Nature Preserve

Announcing the New Deer Run Nature Preserve

December 3, 2019 — We are excited to announce that southeastern Vermont has a new nature preserve! Located on the town lines of Dummerston and Brookline, the new Deer Run Nature Preserve is available for hiking, hunting, snowshoeing, birdwatching, and more. The...
Managing the Forest to Save a Species

Managing the Forest to Save a Species

On a perfect summer day, 40 foresters gathered on woodland in Rupert. They were here to learn more about managing forests with ash trees, given the threat of Emerald Ash Borer (EAB). The larvae of this invasive beetle chew tunnels under the bark; this cuts off water...