Learn to monitor ash trees for emerald ash borer through this training. You’ll also earn continuing education credits and knowledge you can apply with clients’ forests.
Please help us establish a new 51-acre nature preserve on land located along North Cambridge Road. If successful, this new town forest will offer walking trails, improved access to Cambridge Pines Natural Area and its old trees, outdoor education, and great habitat for animals.
Join us to view “Green Fire,” the Emmy Award winning documentary about conservationist Aldo Leopold. Afterward, we’ll discuss the film and explore a land ethic in Vermont today.
VLT received a gift of 159 acres of forestland, open pasture, and meadows in Topsham with spectacular views across central Vermont. The land trust will conserve most of the land and sell it, using the proceeds to advance the organization’s mission.
A meadow can be a hotspot for birds, mammals, reptiles, and small trees. Learn about the biodiversity in Vermont’s meadows and meet a live meadow dweller.