The Mission of the
Passumpsic Valley Land Trust:
To conduct conservation activities related to the Passumpsic River and its watershed, with a focus on the recreational, educational, ecological, and historic assets afforded by these resources.
To find out more information about PVLT, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are always looking for new members, volunteers for stewardship,
and board members committed to local conservation.
Where is your home in relation to PVLT properties?
Perhaps you are a PVLT neighbor and didn’t know it.
These maps include nearly a dozen towns and provide a great overview of conserved lands.
Maps can be downloaded here
or viewed in the most recent newsletter.
If your land is adjacent to or nearby a PVLT parcel,
what can you do to maximize the work of the organization?
If you’ve ever thought that you’d like to do more in your community,
now is a great time to inquire about
volunteer and service opportunities.
PVLT board members (L to R: Brian Lamoureux, vice president Daisy McCoy, treasurer Laurie Olszowy, Lenny Gerardi, vice president Dana Welch, and president Meg Carter) at the Murphy parcel in Lyndon. Not picture: secretary Damon Cawley
Thank you to our dedicated members who joined us to walk PVLT's Murphy property behind the Plaza White Market. Our conversation about floodplain restoration was an important community interaction on a timely topic. Special thank you to Fritz Gerhardt from the Connecticut River Conservancy for his expertise.
This non-profit conservation group is led by
a volunteer board of directors:
Contact email@example.com to learn more about how you can become more active in your local land trust.