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.
The hemlock woolly adelgid (HWA) is an insect that feeds on sap. But what about this microscopic bug gives it the ability to destroy eastern hemlock stands? Learn more.
Come spring, Bluffside Farm will bustle with development on a proposed trail connector, educational programming, and maintenance projects.
By Pieter van Loon, VLT forester — Nineteen years ago, I drove up the hill to King Farm, in Woodstock, for my first day of work at VLT. I went […]
By Allaire Diamond, VLT ecologist Elegant, feathery canopies shading steep, rich hardwood slopes; vast, rippling swamps of diamond-barked trees in the Champlain Valley lowlands; bright, lichen-covered trunks illuminating quiet woodland […]