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News: SLT is Hiring!

Join Stowe Land Trust as our 2021 Summer Naturalist. This is a 6-month, full-time AmeriCorps Member position through the Vermont Housing and Conservation Board.

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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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Press: Give Thanks that Nature is Open, Then Give Back

On a hike up the Stowe Pinnacle this fall, I was blown away by the number and variety of people I met on the trail. There were hikers of many different ages, body types, skin colors and fitness levels. I heard multiple languages being spoken. There…

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News: CARES Act Funds Trailhead Projects in Stowe and Beyond

This fall, the Vermont Department of Forests, Parks and Recreation has been able to complete much needed trailhead and parking lot improvement projects at some of the most popular recreation access points in the greater Stowe area.

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News: Fall/Winter Newsletter Available Online

Mountain Views is Stowe Land Trust's bi-annual paper newsletter filled with interesting information about Stowe, the Land Trust and land conservation efforts in our community.

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News: Bidding a Fond Farewell to Board Member Jed Lipsky

We have been fortunate to have had Jed Lipsky as a member of the Stowe Land Trust Board of Directors for the last nine years and wish him well in all his future endeavors!

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News: Stowe Land Trust Welcomes New Board Members

Three new board members were elected by Stowe Land Trust’s (SLT) membership at the 33rd Annual Meeting held on Zoom on Sunday, September 13th. Jess Laporte, Jason Slocum and Tom Sweet will join nineteen existing board members responsible for…

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News: 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: 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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