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Trail Closure

Due to the numerous recent reported bear sightings and encounters over the past couple of weeks, we have temporarily closed the trails at Wiessner Woods until further notice to minimize the potential for human-bear conflicts. 

Thank you for giving them space and for your assistance with stewarding this special place. 

Additional information on black bears in Vermont.  

Looking for an alternative walking destination?
Visit Kirchner Woods on Taber Hill or Mill Trail on Notchbrook Road.

Let's Celebrate

Join us for our Annual Celebration in Cady Hill Forest!

Enjoy homemade pie and Ben & Jerry's ice cream. 
Choose from five fun outings!

Sunday, September 7th.

Learn more & register online.

Download a copy of our amended & restated Bylaws.

Please note! After learning that local icon Lefty Lewis' memorial celebration is being held on the same day from 4:00-6:00 pm at The Matterhorn, we have altered our schedule of events so that folks may attend both events if they wish.

NEW! Summer Naturalist Program at Mill Trail

Join Krista, our Summer Naturalist, each Saturday throughout the summer and early fall to learn about the history and ecology of the Mill Trail. Fun for the whole family!

Calendar of Naturalist Events

Benefit Bake a Great Success!

The Piecasso Benefit Bake raised $1,655 to support the future of land conservation in Stowe.

Thank you to Ed & Sarah Rovetto, all of the Piecasso staff, MadMan3 (for the tunes) and everyone who came out on Monday, June 9th to eat pizza!

Job Opportunity

Operations Manager
Seeking an organized, detail-oriented individual to be a part of our strong, successful team. Full job description and information on how to apply.

Tell us why you love Stowe

"A walk in Kirchner Woods is prettier, better exercise, and cheaper than a visit to a psychiatrist!" - Phil

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Bingham Falls

Conserved in 2001, this 72-acre property contains a 40 foot cascading waterfall and deep gorges and pools. Even when privately owned, it was used by the public for activities like swimming, hiking, picnicking, and ice climbing. You can access the falls via Route 108 or the Mill Trail. Learn more!

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