News & Press

Two new board members, Jason McLean and Kerry Sedutto, were elected by Stowe Land Trust’s membership at the 32nd Annual Meeting & Community Celebration held on Sunday, September 22nd at the Bryant Barn on Tamarack Road in Stowe. More...

The future of the Shutesville Hill Wildlife Corridor is now a little more secure thanks to a group of local landowners who have stepped up to permanently protect their land for wildlife on the move. More...

Bingham Falls has become one of Stowe’s most popular hiking destinations, and state forestry officials hope to match that enthusiasm with a solid management plan. More...

Celebrate community and conservation with Stowe Land Trust on Sunday, September 22nd from 2:00 - 5:00 pm. The event is taking place under a big tent in a field located off Tamarack Road in Stowe with views of the recently conserved Brownsville-Story Ridge Forest.  More...

All Woody Guthrie needed to declare “this land is your land” was a pen and a tune. The Stowe Land Trust needed $6 million, but can now say much the same thing.

Last month, the land trust closed on its acquisition of the 750-acre Brownsville-Story Ridge Forest, a wilderness area in the northeast corner of town, which it placed under a permanent conservation easement and then transferred to the state of Vermont. More...

Community members, Stowe Land Trust and its partners from the Vermont Community Foundation, Vermont Housing and Conservation Board, and the Vermont Department of Forests, Parks & Recreation gathered for a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the conservation of the new Brownsville-Story Ridge Forest on August 21st. More...

Vermont's Statewide Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan (SCORP) is being updated. This plan will assess the provision and need for outdoor recreation in the state. The survey is being conducted by the Vermont Department of Forests, Parks & Recreation in partnership with the Center for Rural Studies at the University of Vermont to gather input from all Vermonters regarding outdoor recreation. Even if you do not regularly recreate outdoors, your voice is still needed. Please share your thoughts today! More...

On July 30, representatives from Stowe Land Trust and the Vermont Department of Forests, Parks, and Recreation gathered to sign the documents protecting the 750-acre Brownsville-Story Ridge Forest with a permanent conservation easement, and transferring ownership of the land to the State of Vermont as an addition to the surrounding C.C. Putnam State Forest.   More...

The 20th Anniversary Golf Tournament held on August 1, 2019 was a great success, raising $37,000 for Stowe Land Trust. Thank you to our sponsors and participants -- your support makes our work possible!   More...

Thank you for voting Stowe Land Trust the best nonprofit and community organization in the Stowe Reporter's 2019 Readers' Choice 4393 Awards! More...