Stowe Land Trust Summer Naturalist

Joined: Mar 27, 2019 Last Active: May 24, 2019

iNaturalist account for the VHCB AmeriCorps Summer Naturalist at Stowe Land Trust!

Current member: Grace Jia
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Stowe Land Trust is a local, member-supported, non-profit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to the conservation of scenic, recreational, and productive farm and forest lands for the benefit of the greater Stowe community.

- Land Protection: Saving Land Now
- Stewardship: Caring for Land Forever
- Land Management & Recreation
- Education & Events

Stowe Land Trust manages and owns five properties totaling 350 acres. These properties are:

1. Wiessner Woods: Located on Edson Hill in Stowe, the forest is a mature stand of hardwood and softwood trees including hemlock, spruce, white pine, maple, beech and birch. Great for outdoor recreation, but hunting and motorized and mechanized recreation is not permitted. While you're visiting, please check out the Gnome Home located on the trail!

2. Mill Trail: Located on Notchbrook Road in Stowe, the Mill Trail property has a unique cabin built in Moravian style. Open houses with our Summer Naturalist will be held here during the summer, so be sure to come visit and check out the property!

3. Kirchner Woods: Located on the North side of Taber Hill Road in Stowe, this site was an active maple syrup production until the early 1990's. There are still remnants of a history of sugaring found on the property.

4. Page Forest: Located in the Sterling Valley adjacent to the town-owned Sterling Forest and the Mt. Mansfield State Forest. 99 acres used for located in the Sterling Valley adjacent to the town-owned Sterling Forest and the Mt. Mansfield State Forest.

5. DuMont Meadow: Located in Nebraska Valley in Moscow, the property consists of mostly mature northern hardwood forest and a semi-open meadow adjacent to the Little River.

In addition, SLT also conserves more than 3500 of other land. Observations from conserved land will be included on this page as well !

For more information: Website: www.stowelandtrust.org / Phone: 802.253.7721 / Email: info@stowelandtrust.org

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