Come spring, Bluffside Farm will bustle with development on a proposed trail connector, educational programming, and maintenance projects.
Four friends conserved 800+ acres of forest. “This is a very special parcel,” said Matt Paggi, “and we want to ensure it remains intact for future generations.”
Rupert Chamberlin, longtime president of the Vermont Farm Bureau, started farming in Barton in the early 1960s, with his wife, Muriel. Over time, they pieced together 105 acres of excellent […]
Sally Schlueter grew up on a Kansas farm with horses, dogs, and cats. She raised sheep and goats as part of her local 4-H youth club and loved walking along […]
Kingdom Heritage Lands at 20 Years Twenty years ago, the largest land sale in modern Vermont history resulted in the protection of some 132,000 acres of woods in far northeastern […]