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Field Notes: Surveying the Damage

Conservation Program Manager Carolyn Loeb shares her observations after a damaging December storm...

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Local Farms, Forests, Homes are Essential for our Community’s Security

Executive Director Kristen Sharpless shares a letter on security, and how conservation organizations can work to expand access to our community's fundamental needs...

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Rediscovering Childhood Memories at the Mill Trail

Melanie Atkinson first experienced what is now the conserved Mill Trail property in the 1960s, as a child visiting family friends who summered in the rustic Mill Trail Cabin. Sitting in the woods along the upper reaches of the West Branch of the…

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Shutesville Hill Speaker Series Recording Online

In case you missed it, check out our recording of last month's Shutesville Hill Speaker Series with The Nature Conservancy's Jim Shallow. Jim shared information on TNC's new Family Forest Carbon Program...

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She is bringing more families into the outdoors — one adventure at a time

A gaggle of children run laughing hand-in-hand down a trail. Another group gathers around a table covered in arts supplies, making delightfully messy watercolors of fallen leaves...

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Do you remember your first waterfall?

Do you remember your first time experiencing a rushing waterfall? On a recent trip to the Mill Trail, a group of young hikers from the Burlington area saw something new...

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They took a risk, and its paying off

Five years might not seem like a long time to many, but to the farmers at Long Winter Farm in Stowe, it almost seems like a lifetime...

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Welcome, Dany!

We are excited to welcome Dany Boyle to the land trust team as our new Youth and Volunteer Projects Coordinator...

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SLT Celebrates 35 Years

On September 11th, Stowe Land Trust celebrated 35 years of conservation for our community at our Annual Meeting. The event was held at Sarah and Jason Boes' property, adjacent to the newly-conserved Ricketson Farm. We were treated to a warm and sunny…

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Connecting with family and place in Brownsville Forest

When the property owned and cared for by generations of their family changed hands, the Grimes family lost a connection to more than just their old hunting grounds...

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