How Will We Reckon With Injustice?

How Will We Reckon With Injustice?

Conservation organizations across the country are struggling with how to best respond and react in this moment of social change, when the call to action is clear and profound: repudiate racist culture and commit to dismantling racism in all its forms.  The Vermont Land Trust is no exception.

Our Spring 2020 Newsletter

Our Spring 2020 Newsletter

  Our Spring Newsletter is here! Browse our stories about dairy farmers working on clean water in our state, magnificent old forests, Bluffside Farm in Newport, recent conservation successes, and much more. View the full newsletter: Panorama, Spring 2020...

Staying Grounded: A Message from VLT’s President

Dear members and supporters, In times of crisis, Vermonters pull closer together. The coronavirus tests that—when the best thing we can do for ourselves and for one another is to create physical distance. It’s a challenge we all share; let’s make it a source of...
St. Albans couple takes a closer look at nature

St. Albans couple takes a closer look at nature

Betty Vallee tugs an imaginary hood around her face as she recalls wind rushing across arctic ice. “Why don’t we go to Hawaii?” she remembers asking her husband, Rod. The Vallees had traveled to the arctic to photograph narwhals. They took dog sleds onto the ice,...
These Massachusetts residents are Vermonters at heart

These Massachusetts residents are Vermonters at heart

Dan Arguimbau recalls visiting farmers as a kid in Massachusetts. He’d go with his father, George, who was then an office manager for the USDA. “I love to talk to farmers and listen to their stories,” says Dan, a farmer himself. He lives with his wife, Peg, on a...