Upcoming Events

Hike to Parkhurst Cemetery

Unfortunately due to inclement weather forecast for Thursday we have had to cancel the hike to Parkhurst Cemetery. 

October 29th
Robert Areson Conservation Area
Bragg Hill Road, Norwich, VT
3 pm

Join UVLT staff for our first guided hike since March! We will walk through the Areson Conservation Area off Bragg Hill Road in Norwich, down Burton Woods Road, to Podunk Road and visit the Parkhurst Cemetery, an 1800’s era cemetery not far from the trail. We will meet at 3pm on Thursday October 29th at the intersection of Bragg Hill Road and Burton Woods Road (class 4 road). This is a moderately difficult, 3.5 miles hike.
Please register to reserve your spot (there are only 10 spots available!) To register please email alison.marchione@uvlt.org. Masks and social distancing are required.

Covid Precautions
Registration limited to 10 people plus one staff member. Everyone will be required to wear masks and be socially distant (at least 6ft) for the entirety of the hike.

Driving Directions

The directions are, starting from Dan and Whit’s:

Head North on Main St
Turn Left onto Beaver Meadow Road
Turn left onto Bragg Hill Road
Destination is 3.4 miles up Bragg Hill Road on the left

If you have questions about this event please contact Alison Marchione at alison.marchione@uvlt.org

Community Resilience Through Local Food Security: Claremont/Newport Region

November 2nd
Online, Free

Join Vital Communities, Land for Good, Upper Valley Land Trust, and Beaver Pond Farm to learn about the working lands that feed and sustain our community. Build community and connections during this virtual forum.

The pandemic has highlighted the critical importance of local farms and working lands. Hear from farmers about their land challenges and successes as they produce the food that sustains us.

Connect with your neighbors and farmers as we break in smaller groups to talk about the nut and bolts of increasing productive farmland in the region, how to increase resilience through local food security, and how farms are adapting to climate change.

Limited to 25 people.

To register please click here.