Averill’s Quimby Country Inspires Generosity

Averill’s Quimby Country Inspires Generosity

One of the largest gifts VLT received in 2018 came from a group of folks whose love of Vermont was born at Quimby Country, a historic and rustic retreat within walking distance of Canada. For Alan Cattier, one of those donors, a 45-year-old memory of Northern Lights...
Women at Work: Roles expand in farming and forestry

Women at Work: Roles expand in farming and forestry

It’s springtime after a long, snowy winter at Blue Ledge Farm in Leicester, and some of the roads in Addison County are flooded. A nearby farmer has bought the last spring doeling, but with roads underwater, she hadn’t been able to pick her up. Hannah Sessions,...
More than 700 Acres Conserved within Important Wildlife Corridor

More than 700 Acres Conserved within Important Wildlife Corridor

In the far reaches of northern Vermont lies a massive swath of forest that is an important link between the Green Mountains and the forests of Canada. The Cold Hollow Mountains link up with a wide network of animal habitats stretching from New York to Nova Scotia....
St. Johnsbury Couple Protects Forest for Wildlife

St. Johnsbury Couple Protects Forest for Wildlife

From a young age, Sally Schlueter knew she wanted to work with animals. Her career as a veterinarian began in Kansas and led her to Texas, Maryland, and Cairo. She landed in Vermont in 1994, where she now practices in the Northeast Kingdom. She and her husband Ric...
Long-time Members Protect Underhill Forest

Long-time Members Protect Underhill Forest

Long-time VLT members Meg Handler and David Kaminsky donated a conservation easement on 121 acres of forestland in Underhill. They had recently bought the land with the intent of permanently conserving it. The property abuts Mount Mansfield State Forest—something that...