Saturday, May 9th, 8:30 – 11:30am Hawkride Farm, 109 Jenney Road, Meriden, NH Join Monica Erhart, UVLT Stewardship Coordinator, Amber Boland, UVLT Conservation Mapping and Field Specialist, and Peg Ackerson, a member of the Mascoma Chapter of the New Hampshire Audubon, as they lead a naturalist walk on a beautiful property (Hawkride Farm) conserved by […]
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EAT YOUR WEEDS! We ran out of handouts at yesterday’s Flavors of the Valley; if you missed it, please see the pdf below to find out more about removing the invasive plant. You’ll also find a recipe for the popular garlic mustard pesto! https://uvlt.org/docs/pdf/gmhandout.pdf More information about invasive species in our region can be found […]
Connecticut River from Silverweed Seep PreserveÂ© Eric Aldrich/TNC Join The Nature Conservancy and the Upper Valley Land Trust on April 28th, 7 â€“ 8:30pm at The Howe Library Mayer Room in Hanover, NH. Mark Zankel, Deputy State Director for The Nature Conservancy’s New Hampshire Chapter, will speak about the role of “natural areas” in New […]
Visit UVLT’s table at this year’s Flavors of the Valley, hosted by Vital Communities and Valley Food & Farm. Tuesday April 21st, 2-7pm$7/person (kids 6 and under free)Hartford High School Gym, White River Junction, VTCelebrate the food and farms of our region while enjoying the sights, smells and tastes of over 60 diverse vendors. Share […]
Two Vermonters and two New Hampshirites are cycling 350 miles from Norwich, Vermont to Canton, New York to speak about climate-safe lifestyles in towns along the way. On Thursday, April 9th from 5-6:30 pm, the Upper Valley Food Coop is hosting Jim Merkel, author of Radical Simplicity: Small Footprints on a Finite Earth and his […]
Do you like hiking off-trail? Do you enjoy visiting beautiful places? Join the Upper Valley Land Trustâ€™s team of volunteer easement stewards to monitor conserved properties all over the Upper Valley! Stewardship volunteering involves meeting landowners of conserved land, hiking off-trail to find property boundaries with a map and compass, and recording what you see […]
We are going to begin having planning meetings for April Earth Day events. If you would like to participate in these meetings, please email email@example.com with times and days of the week that might work for you. Please see the below list and provide us with your suggestions in the comment section, or by emailing […]
BATH, NHâ€”Lackie Farm, a unique riverfront property, will be protected forever from future development. The purchase of a conservation easement by the Upper Valley Land Trust (UVLT) on the 171 acre parcel was made possible through the support of the New Hampshire Charitable Foundationâ€™s Mitigation and Enhancement Fund, with further assistance from the Town of […]
Applications are being accepted now! Visit our Jobs & Internships page or contact Peter Helm, Vice President Stewardship, (603) 643-6626 ext. 104, or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
February 22, 2009: Saving Vermont’s working landscape