A Suitable Habitat for Endangered Northern Long Eared Bats

Effective March 31, 2023, the Northern Long-Eared Bat (myotis-septentrionalis) will officially move from threatened (first designated in 2015) to endangered under the Endangered Species Act.

“This Land Belongs to Vermont, not the Andruses”

The 140 acre Andrus property in Strafford is mostly forest land…

223-acre Rix Ledges Parcel Conserved!

UVLT has acquired a significant ecological area, located…

Mount Ascutney Conserved for People and Nature

UVLT has completed its largest conservation easement to date…

Time to Comment: Deer and Forest Health

New Hampshire Fish and Game Department (NHFG) is seeking public…

Winter Tracks

UVLT Stewardship Assistant Doug Brown is keenly aware that conserved…

Hanchetts Brook and Wetlands Conserved

Over 100 acres including stream frontage, meander wetlands…

In Orford, a Conserved Birding Hotspot Gets Help from Beetles

Last week the Orford Conservation Commission received a special…

Celebrating Ash Trees in Vermont

From Vermont Department of Forests, Parks and Recreation During…