News

The Stowe Land Trust Board of Directors is pleased to announce that Kristen Sharpless has taken the helm as Executive Director after the recent departure of Caitrin Maloney.  More...

Unveiling of a new kiosk flyer.  More...

The fifth annual “Brew Run” event to feature 30+ Vermont-based breweries will benefit Stowe Land Trust. More...

Our favorite hiking, biking, and paddling spots are likely still patchy with snow or squelchy with an impassable layer of mud, but this restriction opens up the possibility of a different routine for a little while. More...

Topnotch Resort, one of our Hotel Partners, is dedicating May 10th to Stowe Land Trust. A portion of all proceeds from spa, tennis, and restaurant sales on May 10th will be donated to SLT. Join us at The Roost restaurant at 6pm for a special celebration! More...

The logging work is now complete at Cady Hill Forest. Having to respond to the October 30th wind disturbance at Cady Hill Forest has reminded us that the economic value in trees also has the capacity to help support other uses of the forest that are important to us and come with a price tag – like recreation. In this case, having the option to salvage and harvest trees at Cady Hill has made what would have been an extremely challenging and expensive recovery much more manageable while achieving other objectives.  More...

Stowe Land Trust is seeking a full-time executive director.  More...

Stowe Land Trust's Executive Director, Caitrin Maloney, will be leaving SLT to pursue a new professional opportunity. Caitrin will be working to develop a young non-profit in southern Vermont and expanding recreational opportunities in the region. She will remain with SLT through the initial search process for our next Executive Director. More...

This week at Kirchner Woods, logger, Mark Foster, has started cutting marked trees under the direction of SLT's consulting forester, Allan Thompson of Northern Stewards LLC. Foster is dropping and leaving the trees he cuts in a 4-acre area. This practice of "crop tree release" and other early forestry treatments, such as thinnings, are investments that pay off in long-term improvements in timber quality, overall tree health, and habitat value.This first phase of a larger timber and songbird habitat improvement project on the property should be complete this week - just in time for spring and the birds' return. More...

Stowe Land Trust is pleased to welcome Elisabeth as the 2018 Summer Naturalist.   More...