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Metzi Anderson

Metzi Anderson is Director of Operations. She served as Stowe Land Trust's Interim Executive Director in 2024 and has been with the land trust since October 2014.

Metzi, who was born and raised in Stowe, holds a BA in Complex Organizations from Mount Holyoke College and arrived at Stowe Land Trust after five years working for real estate trade associations in Massachusetts and New York. 

Metzi’s appreciation for land conservation began at an early age when her family conserved their land which adjoins Sterling Forest with the Vermont Land Trust and created the Sterling Falls Gorge Natural Area. This interest in caring for the land was cultivated further by spending many hours helping her dad clear blowdowns on the trails in Sterling Forest and summers home from college as a Vermont Youth Conservation Corps crew member maintaining hiking trails in Sterling Falls Gorge and in the Moosalamoo region of the Green Mountain National Forest.

An avid skier, bicyclist and runner, Metzi can be found enjoying the beautiful trails on Stowe Land Trust conserved properties and the many other trail networks in the region. 

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Nicole Corriveau

Nicole Corriveau joined SLT as the VHCB AmeriCorps Lands and Trails Steward in September 2023. 

Nicole, born and raised in Colchester, is delighted to be back in Vermont and eager to explore the intersections of conservation, accessibility, and community. Nicole has a B.S. in Environmental Science from the University of New England, where she spent her time studying avian ecology, vernal pools, and the environmental and sociological effects of climate change.

Nicole is passionate about her home state and conservation in working landscapes. She has previously held positions monitoring ground-nesting songbirds in Vermont and Florida and with SORALO.

Nicole is looking forward to meeting the many volunteers at SLT and gaining trail stewardship experience. Nicole enjoys being by the water, either wading in Lake Champlain or jumping into one of Vermont’s many swimming holes. In her free time, she can also be found skiing, fly fishing, or reading in a local coffee shop.

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Bob Fahey

Bob Fahey joined Stowe Land Trust as the Program and Office Assistant in mid November 2023.

Bob became known to the Land Trust first as a volunteer for work days, then Board member, Board Treasurer, Steward for the Dumont property and now office "jack of all trades". 

Bob and spouse Maryellen, connected with Stowe Land Trust, visiting Weissner Woods in 1992 while on summer vacation. Annual visits continued until they moved to Stowe Hollow in September 2005. Kirchner Woods has become their favorite as it is within walking distance of their residence. Little known fact: Bob helped paint and then carry the Kirchner Woods' signposts to their spots along the trails, getting lost only once. 

Since beginning work at the Stowe Land Trust Office, Bob walks to work most mornings, weather permitting. You will know it's Bob, as he waves to everyone who drives past as he walks. On weekends,  Bob and Maryellen, can be seen walking their dogs, Toby and Stanley, in Stowe Hollow.

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Carolyn Loeb

Carolyn Loeb became Stowe Land Trust's Stewardship Director in October 2023 after a year as SLT’s Conservation Program Manager.

Carolyn is an ecologist and educator who is passionate about helping people build relationships with the natural world and with each other. As Stewardship Director, she oversees the care of Stowe Land Trust’s six owned properties and monitoring of SLT's thirty five easement-held lands. Carolyn also supervises SLT's Lands and Trails Steward and manages the volunteer Land Stewards program.

Carolyn holds an M.S. from the University of Vermont’s Field Naturalist Program and a B.A. from Macalester College. Previously, she has worked as an ecological consultant, naturalist, researcher, teacher, GIS technician, and in sustainable forest certification. Carolyn lives in Duxbury, Vermont and loves visiting Stowe Land Trust’s conserved properties to hike, run, cross country ski, botanize, and observe others enjoying their time outdoors. Right now, the new Shutesville Ledges property is her favorite, but that seems to change weekly.

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Tom Rogers

Tom Rogers became Executive Director in 2024. A certified wildlife biologist with a master’s degree in Biology and Ecology, Tom comes to SLT from The Nature Conservancy, where he was associate director of philanthropy for the past five years.

Tom lives in Stowe with his wife and two daughters. An avid mountain biker and backcountry skier, he’s often out on the trails in the early morning before work. Rogers worked as a part-time ski instructor at Stowe Mountain Resort for five years and has served as a volunteer EMT with Stowe Mountain Rescue since 2012.  

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