Newsletter

2008 Annual Meeting Highlights

Spring 2008

  • One of Vermont’s most pristine ponds conserved with the Land Trust’s help
  • Floodplain forest in Lyndonville conserved
  • Want to electroshock a river? Then come to this unique workshop
  • PVLT President testifies in support of VHCB at VT Legislature

Fall 2007

  • Board decides on Herbicide use to Tackle Invasive Species
  • PVLT Seeks Volunteers to Monitor Land Preservations
  • New Environmental Consultant hired for the PVLT

Spring 2007

  • Leave No Child Inside – take them to a PVLT Property
  • PVLT acquires riverfront property near Randall Bridge
  • Request for Qualification – Consultant Wanted”

Spring 2006

  • PVLT Awarded Grant to Complete E. Burke Dam Removal
  • Black flies? Mud? Some People Volunteer for the Pleasure!
  • Undeveloped Passumpsic River Floodplain Protected

Fall 2005

  • Volunteers Needed to Help With Monitoring Land
  • Why You Receive the PVLT Newsletter Year After Year
  • Everything You Ever Need to Know About Your Membership
  • New Trustee Member Joins PVLT Board of Directors

Spring 2005

  • PVLT Founding Member Paddling to New Waters
  • PVLT Receives Major Grant for Conservation Project
  • With New Funding Comes a New Face
  • PVLT Receives Grant for Conservation Project

Fall 2004

  • St. Johnsbury’s Drinking Water Quality Deemed Safe
  • PVLT Seeks Funding for Riverfront Conservation Project
  • East Burke Dam Removal Project Receives Further Funding
  • Introducing PVLT’s Newest Board Member, Chris Walker