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River Corridor in White River Floodplain Protected

River Corridor in White River Floodplain Protected

Over a mile of land along the White River in Bethel has been protected for water quality, the Vermont Land Trust announced today. Supported by the Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation, this is the latest project in a statewide effort to protect Vermont’s high priority rivers and to improve water quality.

Deadline for $5,000 Farmer Award Extended

Deadline for $5,000 Farmer Award Extended

“Vermont’s farming community has stepped up to serve their communities this year,” said Nick Richardson, President and CEO of the Vermont Land Trust. “The award committee wants to honor and recognize these special efforts.”

Local Family Conserves Prime Farmland in Barre Town

Local Family Conserves Prime Farmland in Barre Town

A gorgeous stretch of open fields with long-range views in Barre has been conserved for farming into the future, honoring the area’s farming heritage. Beloved in the community, Gordon Booth had long wanted to see it protected; his children fulfilled this vision.