Aldo Leopold’s Conservation Legacy By Dan Kilborn, VLT forester It was an epic road trip: three days and a thousand miles of small towns, road construction, and stunning scenery, with […]
Celebrating 100 Farmland Access Projects Jon Wagner and Karin Bellemare were operating a CSA on rented land on Long Island and feeling a little boxed in. There were the challenges […]
RIPTON, VT—The Vermont Land Trust recognized Corie Pierce, owner and operator of Bread & Butter Farm in Shelburne and South Burlington, as winner of the Eric Rozendaal Memorial Award on […]
The Stickney Farm lies along both sides of Pleasant Valley Road in Rockingham. It has been in the Stickney family since 1897, when they began supplying the Bellows Falls area […]
The scenic Lake Champlain Islands stretch 30 miles south of the Canadian border. This summer, Tom Bellavance of Sunset Lake Farm conserved 53 acres of open and forested land on […]
Up in Franklin County, St. Albans and Swanton have some of the best farmland in Vermont. It’s also an area with high development pressure. Fortunately, landowners and conservationists have been […]
Steve Faccio, Conservation Biologist at the Vermont Center for Ecostudies, shares photos of and reflections on old-growth ash trees in the Green Mountains.
Carl Roof shared these photos of two ash trees on his property in Woodstock.
For many new farmers, launching a business is like putting together a puzzle. To complete the picture, each puzzle piece must be in the correct place at the correct time. […]
Partnership protecting four key properties The “Shutesville Hill Wildlife Corridor” crosses Route 100 on the Waterbury–Stowe town line and is the only viable route for animals travelling between the Green […]