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River Corridor and Wetlands in Missisquoi Floodplain Protected

River Corridor and Wetlands in Missisquoi Floodplain Protected

Land along three miles of the Missisquoi River and its tributaries, as well as 50 acres of wetlands, have been protected. This is the latest in an ongoing effort to improve water quality in Vermont’s rivers that are a priority for clean water, biodiversity, and resilience to climate change.

In East Montpelier Farmland Conserved, Trail Access Secured

In East Montpelier Farmland Conserved, Trail Access Secured

Fairmont Farm conserved 201 acres of land between Route 14 and the Winooski River, and agreed to provide trail access across the recently conserved land, helping to connect a critical section of the Cross VT Trail between East Montpelier and Marshfield. The farm is also working with VLT and other conservation partners to protect and restore a half-mile stretch of the Winooski River in Marshfield.

Virtual Gathering Addressed Access, Equity, and Justice on the Land in Vermont

Vermont Land Trust to host its 2020 Annual Meeting

The Vermont Land Trust will explore the connection between land access, equity, and justice with keynote speaker, Xusana Davis, Executive Director of Racial Equity for the State of Vermont and head of the newly established Racial Equity Task Force.