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Work for Stowe Land Trust

Gain valuable on-the-job work experience with Stowe Land Trust (SLT) as a summer naturalist. This position assists in the operation of the conserved Mill Trail property and supports community outreach and management of SLT’s other conserved properties.  

The summer naturalist will act as an ambassador for the Mill Trail property, develop and lead interpretive programs and outings, plan and lead volunteer trail workdays, partner with youth programs, and assist with public outreach. 

Position starts mid-June and is open until filled. Click here for a complete job description, compensation, and information on how to apply. 

Newsletter Available Online

Mountain Views is our bi-annual paper newsletter filled with interesting information about Stowe, the land trust and land conservation efforts in our community. You'll also find a calendar of outings & events, as well as helpful information on how to access our conserved lands. We like to include articles filled with suggestions for activities that will help you have more fun outdoors. Enjoy!

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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 at the Stowe Free Library. Hands-on training in stewardship skills also offered.  RSVP to Kristen at kristen@[remove this text] or 253-7221.

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Our Mission

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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Featured Property

Hartke Farm

Located on the north side of Randolph Rd, adjacent to Tinker Farm, the 6.8 acre Hartke property features prime agricultural soil and expansive views of the Worcester Mountains and Mt. Mansfield. Edward and George Hartke approached Stowe Land Trust in 2000 with an interest in conserving their property.  Although they needed to sell the property, they wanted the farm to remain in agriculture. Read more!

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