News & Press

Winners announced in the 2020 Big Tree Hunt. Click through to view the winning trees and browse all the entries.  More...

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.  More...

The Trust for Public Land, in partnership with the Stowe Land Trust and the Vermont Department of Forests, Parks and Recreation (FPR), today announced the protection of the Hunger Mountain Headwaters—1,877 acres in Stowe, Middlesex and Worcester, Vermont.  More...

The C.C. Putnam State Forest just got considerably bigger and the Worcester Range is now safer thanks to a collaborative effort and $3.5 million in public and private financing. More...

With schools closed for the rest of the year and summer events cancelled or in question, AnnaLisa made the difficult decision to end her AmeriCorps service at the end of April. We support her choice and appreciate the remote work that she did for Stowe Land Trust in April; you can check some of it out on the updated Summer Naturalist page. We will... More...

The Shutesville Hill Wildlife Corridor Partnership was presented with Stowe's Conservationist of the Year award.  More...

We have temporarily closed our office on Main Street in Stowe in an effort to keep our staff and community safe. More...

The land trust accreditation program recognizes land conservation organizations that meet national quality standards for protecting important natural places and working lands forever. Stowe Land Trust is pleased to announce it is applying for renewal of accreditation. A public comment period is now open. More...

I recently had a chance to see the “Thank our Farmers for the View” exhibit of local and student artwork and writing inspired by farms in Lamoille County that was on display at River Arts in Morrisville. The collection is a creative and inspiring acknowledgement of how much we all owe to the people who own and work the farms in our communities. More...

Access to the outdoors can provide us all - regardless of personality, position, or circumstance - with a sense of belonging and well being. How we enjoy spending our sustaining time outside is embedded in our culture, family traditions, and opportunities. It is also deeply personal and varied. How wonderful that, in the Stowe area, there is room for everyone and nearly every activity in our outdoor spaces.  More...