Generous Gift of Beloved Family Forestland

Generous Gift of Beloved Family Forestland

We are grateful for the generous gift of land made to VLT by Elizabeth Wolf, who donated 62 acres of forestland in Washington. The property has a small fen, a stream, and a rich northern hardwood stand. Though an old foundation and well suggest that the land was once...
Sweet Tradition

Sweet Tradition

With our rich tradition of sugaring and an abundance of sugar maples, Vermont is the largest producer of maple syrup in the United States despite its small size. The alchemy of turning watery tree sap into sweet, sticky sugar predates colonial settlement and is still...
The Land that Brings Us Together

The Land that Brings Us Together

Last spring, Mad River Valley families received worrying news about their beloved Mad River Park. For 12 years, children learned to play soccer and lacrosse on this privately owned land, leased to the Town of Waitsfield. Now the 10-acre property was going up for sale....
Prime Farmland in Randolph Center to Remain Open

Prime Farmland in Randolph Center to Remain Open

Judith Parker’s land stretches from Route 66 to Water Street, parallel to East Bethel Road in the Randolph Center Historic District. Vermont Technical College uses this field of fine agricultural soil as pasture and cropland for their farm operation. For some time,...