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Stowe Land Trust Golf Tournament Raises $27,000 for Conservation

The 21st annual Stowe Land Trust golf tournament held on August 6, 2020 was a great success, raising $27,000 for Stowe Land Trust. Thank you to our sponsors and participants -- your support makes our work possible! 

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Press: Waterbury: Land Critical to Wildlife Protected Through Partnership

Waterbury, VT—111 acres of forestland were protected last month in the Shutesville Hill Wildlife Corridor, which lies between the Green Mountains and Worcester Range and serves as one of the most important wildlife regions in Vermont

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News: COVID-19 Trail Updates

Updates on the current status of Stowe Land Trust trail networks and links to more information about trail closures and COVID-19 recreation policies of other local organizations. 

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News: State Seeks Public Input to Inform Worcester Range Land Management Plan

The Vermont Agency of Natural Resources (ANR) is developing a new long-range management plan for the Worcester Range Management Unit and is conducting public scoping to better understand how Vermonters use and value these lands. Take the survey and…

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News: Guide to Eating Local

Do you know how to locate all the great local products available to you? There’s plenty of locally-grown foods you can pick up right from the farm or at local farmers' markets. Here's where to find them!

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News: Big Tree Hunt Winners Announced

Winners announced in the 2020 Big Tree Hunt. Click through to view the winning trees and browse all the entries. 

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News: Hunger Mountain Headwaters Permanently Protected

The Trust for Public Land, in partnership with the Stowe Land Trust and the Vermont Department of Forests, Parks and Recreation (FPR), today announced the protection of the Hunger Mountain Headwaters—1,877 acres in Stowe, Middlesex and Worcester,…

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Press: Hunger Mountain Headwaters Conserved

The C.C. Putnam State Forest just got considerably bigger and the Worcester Range is now safer thanks to a collaborative effort and $3.5 million in public and private financing.

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News: Welcoming the 2020 Summer Naturalist

With schools closed for the rest of the year and summer events cancelled or in question, AnnaLisa made the difficult decision to end her AmeriCorps service at the end of April. We support her choice and appreciate the remote work that she did for…

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News: SHWC Partnership receives Conservationist of the Year Award

The Shutesville Hill Wildlife Corridor Partnership was presented with Stowe's Conservationist of the Year award. 

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