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Stowe Land Trust Hires New Operations Manager

Metzi Anderson

The Stowe Land Trust (SLT) is pleased to welcome Metzi Anderson as Operations Manager. Metzi will be replacing Erin Bruhns, who is moving to Vancouver, BC after seven years with SLT. Metzi will be managing financial data, overseeing the outreach program and implementing the annual membership appeal. She will also coordinate all office operations. Metzi, a Stowe native, brings over five years of experience in overseeing the daily operations of two non-profit trade associations and holds a BA in Complex Organizations from Mount Holyoke College. 

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Bringing the Historic Mill Trail Cabin Back to Life

Students listen to SLT Summer Naturalist, Krista Battles, tell a story about the early days of skiing in Stowe during a visit to the Mill Trail cabin.

Learning about the history of Stowe came alive for Stowe Elementary School fourth graders who visited the Mill Trail property off of Notchbrook Road. The classes spent time exploring the foundations of an old hill farm and a site where a sawmill and blacksmith’s shop once operated. But for most, the highlight was visiting the property’s historic cabin where major renovations were recently completed.

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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!

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Bingham Falls

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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