Tom and Becky Loftus make award-winning cheese in the hills of Vermont. In December, the Upper Valley Land Trust (UVLT) purchased a conservation easement on the 35 acres that make up Blythedale Farm, Inc. This was made possible through grants from the Vermont Housing and Conservation Board (VHCB) and the U.S. Department of Agricultureâ€™s Farmland […]
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Collaboration with Orange County Headwaters Project and Upper Valley Land Trust preserves 700 acres in Vermont HANOVER, NH Â Dartmouth is supporting a local conservation initiative by placing an easement on its 700-acre property in Corinth, Vermont, located about 35 miles northwest of campus. Given to the College in the 1920s, the property is in […]
WHAT: A Celebration of CommunityMotivated by the Presidential Inauguration, Upper Valley nonprofit groups are getting together to organize A Community Celebration. The concept for the event stems from the New England Grassroots Environment Fund (NEGEF)‘s response to President-elect Barack Obama’s November 4th invitation to:”…join in the work of remaking this nation, the only way it’s […]
Pip Richens of Hanover, NH and Claude Phipps of Newbury, VT were recognized at the Upper Valley Land Trustâ€™s Volunteer Appreciation Open House on November 13th. Both Richens and Phipps received awards from the land trust for their dedication to their work as stewardship volunteers. In addition to giving UVLT the opportunity to recognize standout […]
(Above) The Production Team of Out My Back Door: An Amateur Photographer’s Response to Nature From Left: Nancy Des Coteaux (Desktop Studio), Shiela Swett (photographer) & Steve Swett (Bragg Hill Press). The Swetts have conserved their land in Norwich & Sharon, VT with the UVLT. Shiela Swett signs books at the 10/27 event at the […]
Hanover, NHâ€”The Upper Valley Land Trust presents Out My Back Door, a book of photographs taken by landowner Shiela Swett on her conserved lands in Norwich and Sharon, Vermont. Shiela Swett is a retired teacher who has taken up amateur photographyâ€”being a nature lover it was only natural for her to choose the outdoors as […]
Come join the Norwich Bookstore and the Upper Valley Land Trust for REFLECTIONS ON NATURE A Celebration of the Upper Valley Landscape Norwich Public Library ~ Main Street, Norwich, VT Monday, October 27th ~ 5-7pm Featuring readings of local landownersâ€™ reflections on nature Shielaâ€™s book for purchase ~ Local wine and cheese Or Join us […]
(from left to right) UVLT President Jeanie McIntyre, Conservation Easement Donor, Igor Blake, Sullivan County Forester, Chuck Hersey, and UVLT Conservation Project Manager, James Thaxton at the October 4th Open House & Hike
Saturday October 18th, 1-4PM Travel to this diversified family farm in South Newbury, VT, with Co-op Sustainability Coordinator, Emily Neuman, and Upper Valley Land Trust President, Jeanie McIntyre. Four Corners Farm produces a wide variety of vegetables along with an assortment of berries. Their specialties are strawberries (which they have sold to the co-op for […]
Tom Aldrich stands by Pegjack Forest’s ancient New England Memorial Fence Post during the dedication ceremony on September 21, 2008.