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Community Tree Planting

9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Mayo Farm

Help improve water quality on the Mayo Farm! Bring the whole family to help plant native trees & shrubs along a stream. The Stowe Conservation Commission is partnering with the Intervale Conservation Nursery, Stowe Land Trust, and Keurig Green Mountain to plant trees and shrubs in the buffer along a tributary of the West Branch that runs through Mayo Farm. 

Bring work gloves, water & a lunch; snacks provided by Commodities Natural Market. For more information or to RSVP, send us an email or call (802) 253-7221.


Volunteer Opportunity: Become an SLT Land Steward

Would you like to play a key role in caring for conserved land while gaining an insider’s view of Stowe Land Trust?  Consider becoming a volunteer Land Steward!  Learn more about what Land Stewards do and the important contribution these volunteers make here.

Join us for an annual informational session for new and veteran Land Stewards on Thursday, May 28 from 5:00 PM -7:30 PM in the Akeley Memorial Building. Hands-on training in stewardship skills also offered.  RSVP to Kristen at kristen@[remove this text]stowelandtrust.org or 253-7221.


Pet Waste Pick-up: Thank You Poo Crews!

A big thank you to our fantastic Poo Crews - Jeff Sharat, Sheila Goss, and Jess Russell - who faithfully monitored and promoted the pick-up of pet waste at Kirchner and Wiessner Woods this past winter and spring.  Even though the spring thaw revealed lots of poop that had been left behind in the snow,  we heard positive feedback from regular visitors that the amount of waste on trails seemed to be down from previous years for the winter thanks to the Poo Crews’ efforts.  Please keep scooping the poop to ensure our trails, water, and forests remain clean, safe, and enjoyable for all! Learn more about the SLT Poo Crew here.   


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Stowe Land Trust is dedicated to the conservation of scenic, recreational, and productive farm and forest lands for the benefit of the greater Stowe community.

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Grandview Farm

Located on the corner of Upper Hollow Road and Stowe Hollow Road, the large, historic barn at Grandview Farm is over 100 years old and can be seen in photographs of Stowe Hollow as early as 1935. Nancy Tooley purchased Grandview Farm in 1996 to restore the pastures and the barn and to raise animals.  In December of 1996, she donated a conservation easement to Stowe Land Trust on 65 acres at Grandview Farm to ensure that the land remained undeveloped.  The conservation easement includes the pasture, barn, and a large swath of forest on the hillside to the east of the barn. Read more!

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