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Visit land trust websites in Vermont for details on where to enjoy fall foliage

Posted Thursday, October 6, 2016
— Client Buzz, Land Trusts, Nonprofits land trusts
Vermont land trusts and land conservation

Preston Pond conserved land in Bolton, Vermont.

Fall is a wonderful time to explore land that's been conserved by hard-working, local Vermont land trusts! The temperatures cool off, the foliage starts to pop, and the sky can take on a gorgeous blue color against the bright colors of the leaves.

Check land trust websites for public access details. Often there are public trails —whether they are in meadows, woods or on mountains — where you can meander and enjoy the season. And while you are there, consider a membership or donation to support their fine work.

We are honored to have a number of land trust and land conservation clients, including Stowe Land TrustJericho Underhill Land Trust, Cold Hollow to CanadaCharlotte Land Trust and Mills Riverside Park. We created their content management system (CMS) websites and they now keep their land trust websites updated. We enjoy providing them with web support as they go about their important work. (Learn more about our <link solutions land-trusts>web solution for land trusts.)

When we work together, we all make a difference in the landscape and environment that surrounds us!