Interior Forest is a Gift to Nature

The Mary Elizabeth Kincaid Woodland, donated to UVLT last month, is part of an unfragmented landscape with diverse topography that sustains native plants and animals.

Trying Times: Conservation Easements and Federal Tax Law 2022

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Though many land trusts have extensive knowledge of the tax rules and requirements, they cannot provide specific legal and financial advice to landowners nor prepare tax return documents on their behalf. Instead, says McIntyre “It is critical that we provide educational opportunities and support to the advisors who work on behalf of landowners and are accountable for the preparation of these documents. Every landowner’s situation is unique and they must be able to rely on well-informed, competent advisors. We need to help create an environment where that occurs.”

21st Annual Conservation Commission Gathering

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On March 19th, UVLT held our 21st Annual Conservation Commission…

VHCC Legislative Day – Join Us to Advocate for Conservation Funding

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February 19th is the Vermont Housing and Conservation Coalition…

UVLT Staff Participates in VHCC Legislative Day to Advocate for Conservation Funding

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On Friday, February 9th, UVLT staff members John Roe, Robin Kilfeather-Mackey,…

Speaking of the Conte Refuge

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We thank the NH Timberland Owners Association and the New Hampshire…

Colleagues and Partners Join to Advocate for Housing and Conservation

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Today is Legislative Day for housing and conservation advocates…

Vermonters, Tell Your Legislator: Invest in Farms and Housing

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Dear Vermonters, Have you ever been to the statehouse in Montpelier? …