Booth farmland in Barre Town Green fields with mountains in the distance

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.

Farmstand sign - Wilson Farm Market in Greensboro is open for business, thanks to conservation with VLT

Shuttered Farmstand Re-Opens its Doors as Wilson Farm Market

Greensboro-area residents who love farm-fresh food have something to celebrate with the revival of a local farm. By conserving the farmland with the Vermont Land Trust, Brenden and Lindsay Beer were able to buy the former Hazendale Farm and have revived the popular farmstand on Hardwick Street.

Spring-time meadow at crest of hill with far-reaching view of mountains - VLT received a gift of 159 acres of forestland, open pasture, and meadows in Topsham

A Gift of Land in Topsham: Strengthening Conservation

VLT received a gift of 159 acres of forestland, open pasture, and meadows in Topsham with spectacular views across central Vermont. The land trust will conserve most of the land and sell it, using the proceeds to advance the organization’s mission.