About the places that UVLT has conserved: stories, pictures, events.

Vermont Alpine Farm in Reading Protected Forever

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High in the mountains, in a part of Reading known as the “Vermont…

The Future of Ash Trees in Vermont

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Researchers from the University of Vermont and Dartmouth College…

Connected Habitats for Wildlife

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UVLT is using remote sensing and on-the-ground studies to identify opportunities and develop recommendations for protecting, restoring, and promoting ecological wildlife connectivity in the region.

Putnam Farms Hunter Meadow Conserved

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Putnam Farms Inc started as a small, family farm in 1924 by Ellsworth and Ethel Putnam with just 15-20 milk cows. Almost 100 years later it’s one of the largest dairy farms in the Upper Valley.

Stonehouse Mountain Protected!

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Stonehouse Mountain sits just north of the Orford/Lyme town line, a bit west of bigger and more recognizable mountains: Mount Cube and Smarts Mountain.

Brothers Create Harold and Blendina Sargent Preserve at Fairlee Palisades

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Three brothers have honored their parents by creating the Harold…

Rare Breed Coming to Brookmead Conservation Area

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John Hammond remembers the advice he received from his uncle:…

Why Are Paper Birch Trees So White?

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By Michael J. Carlowicz Jr., Dartmouth Class of 2022  Betula…

Brookmead Conservation Area

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As part of its plan to address financial challenges facing the…

Winter Trail Enthusiasts Organize to Groom at Brookmead!

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Earlier this winter, UVLT was contacted by a Norwich resident…