Stowe Land Trust is pleased to welcome Carolyn Loeb as our new Conservation Program Manager! This position oversees our conservation easement monitoring and stewardship program, and assists in land protection projects, communications, and outreach. Carolyn will also work closely with our dedicated volunteer corps on the ongoing care of SLT's fee lands
Carolyn is a field ecologist, GIS technician, and educator who is passionate about helping people build relationships with the outdoors and with each other. Carolyn fell in love with Vermont in 2013 when she joined the staff of a working farm and forest. She returned to the state in 2017 to complete an M.S. in the University of Vermont’s Field Naturalist Program. Previously, Carolyn held roles as an ecological consultant, researcher, and in sustainable forest certification. She has a B.A. in Environmental Studies from Macalester College and speaks conversational French and Spanish.
Carolyn lives in Duxbury, Vermont with her husband, her cat, and a flock of ever-curious chickens. In her free time, she enjoys hiking, paddling, cross-country skiing, gardening, and puttering in the local pottery studio.
We hope you'll welcome Carolyn to the Stowe community when you see her out on the trails, around town, or at our office!