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News: We're Hiring!

Stowe Land Trust is hiring a new position to manage organization-wide communications, education, and outreach efforts that support core conservation programs and fundraising. This is a full-time position for a creative self-starter who will approach…

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News: Inclusive Community Conservation: A Roadmap for Action

In 2019, Stowe Land Trust joined several other land trusts in the northeast in participating in a Community Conservation Assessment pilot project sponsored by the Land Trust Alliance. We wanted to create space to reflect on our community conservation…

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News: Remembering Emeritus Director Gaetano Vicinelli

Gaetano Vicinelli, former Stowe Land Trust Board Chair and Emeritus Director, passed away peacefully at his home in Florida on June 1, 2021.

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News: Facing Uncertain Future, Ricketson Farm Chooses Conservation

Stowe farmer, Ken Ricketson, is partnering with Stowe Land Trust and the Vermont Land Trust to protect 210 acres of the farm on Route 100 that has been in his family for three generations. A community-wide fundraising effort is underway to help cover…

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Press: Valcour Farm Conserved in Morristown

The Valcour farm on Randolph Road in Morristown has been conserved and sold to its new owners.

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News: Outdoor Recreation Trail Ethics

Over the past year Vermonters and visitors alike have found comfort and escape in the outdoors. With these tips, we hope you’ll help make the experience of visiting a Stowe Land Trust conserved property fun for everyone.

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News: Stowe Land Trust and Spruce Peak Launch New Partnership

The Lodge at Spruce Peak and Stowe Land Trust have launched a new partnership to help protect the beautiful mountains, rural farmland, healthy forests, and clear water that make Stowe special. For every night’s stay at Spruce Peak, guests can now…

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News: Valcour Farm in Morristown Conserved

The Stowe area welcomed the conservation of the Valcour farm on Randolph Road in Morristown and its sale to new farm owners. The 175-acre farm was conserved by family members and sold to long-time farmers Jesse and Marlene Hursh with assistance from…

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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: Welcoming the 2021 Summer Naturalist

The Stowe Land Trust is pleased to welcome Ryan Barland to our team. Ryan is serving with SLT as the 2021 Summer Naturalist through the Vermont Housing and Conservation Board AmeriCorps Program.

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