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February 22, 2009: Saving Vermont’s working landscape
Governor Douglas has proposed significant cuts to the Vermont Housing and Conservation Board budget and a one-year freeze on conservation projects. With these potential cuts in mind, please join us for: Vermont Housing & Conservation Coalition Legislative Day Thursday, February 26th, 6am-4pm, State House, Montpelier photo by Marie Charboneau Conservation can’t wait! Please set aside […]
HANOVER, NHâ€”in response to the growing awareness of global warming as a critical concern facing the planet and the region, the Upper Valley Land Trust and Vermont Earth Institute will sponsor a community discussion course entitled Global Warming: Changing CO2urse. The first session of the course will be Thursday, February 26th, from noon to 1:15pm […]
BRADFORD, VTâ€”With support from the Vermont Housing and Conservation Board and the Bradford Conservation Commission, the Upper Valley Land Trust recently purchased development rights and accepted a conservation easement on 57 acres owned by Roy and Sylvia Sweet in Bradford, VT. The property is vital to the Sweets dairy operation, one of the last three […]
CORNISH, NHâ€”The Upper Valley Land Trust, with assistance from New Hampshireâ€™s Land and Community Heritage Investment Program (LCHIP) and the Town of Cornish, has purchased a conservation easement on the 165-acre Fitch Farm, a grass-fed beef and tree farm. Sitting atop Dingleton Hill, the farm is central to the scenic landscape that inspired artists of […]
Check out this new video put together by the Vermont Land Trust! UVLT and its partners, including the Vermont Land Trust, VHCB and the Nature Conservancy have teamed up to demonstrate the importance of conservation to the state of Vermont. State funding for the upcoming fiscal year’s conservation work in Vermont may be frozen, if […]
January 20, 2009â€”5:30-9PM Whaleback Ski Area, Enfield, NH Â Participant Nonprofit Organizations: Connecticut River Joint Commissions, Charlestown, NH http://www.crjc.org/ Enfield Shaker Museum, Enfield, NH http://www.shakermuseum.org/ Everybody Wins! Vermont, Montpelier, VT http://www.ewvt.org/ Hannah House, Lebanon, NH http://www.hannahhouseinc.org/ Headrest, Lebanon, NH http://www.headrest.org/ Lebanon Opera House, Lebanon, NH http://www.lebanonoperahouse.org/ Northern Stage, White River Jct., VT http://www.northernstage.org/ Puppetree, Inc., […]
Just a taste of the fun we had at Whaleback on 1/20/09… (Left) Dr. Burma Puppetree’s Ann Legunn (Left) Marian Zens on the shoulders of Scot Zens, with Hallie Zens in pink and Christina Robinson at the far right Jodie Davie & her son, Joseph Pete Helm (UVLT Vice President Stewardship) and Monica Erhart (UVLT […]