The Okemo State Forest has been expanded by nearly 350 acres, helping to protect a 100-mile wildlife corridor from Massachusetts to Warren and Lincoln.
The Butlers joined with VLT to conserve land in Pawlet; their children are actively involved in caring for the animals and working the farm.
VLT’s COVID-19 relief grants helped farmers make changes that have a positive lasting effect on their businesses, thanks to generous donors.
In Vermont, invasives threaten the state’s sugaring, forestry, and recreation industries—and even our health. VLT is helping to establish a Cooperative Invasive Species Management Association (CISMA) in southeast Vermont, using land it owns in Brattleboro to demonstrate management approaches.
VLT ecologist Allaire Diamond works closely on our wetland restoration projects. We asked her about Vermont’s wetlands and why they matter.