Conserved November 14, 2014. Red oak - ironwood - Pennsylvania sedge woodland on the newly-conserved Hanchetts Brook Forest property in Plainfield. This is a significant example of an imperiled natural community, ranked S2, in the state of New Hampshire.

Conserved November 14, 2014. Red oak – ironwood – Pennsylvania sedge woodland on the newly-conserved Hanchetts Brook Forest property in Plainfield. This is a significant example of an imperiled natural community, ranked S2, in the state of New Hampshire.

MISSION

The Upper Valley Land Trust helps people conserve land in 45 New Hampshire and Vermont towns. We invite you to learn about our work, explore some of the special places we have conserved, and join the volunteers and supporters who make our work possible. Land Trust Accreditation Commission Accredited

JOIN US in the SEASON of THANKING and GIVING 

With nearly 45,000 acres conserved since UVLT was founded in 1985, we have much to be thankful for. Behind these achievements lies the determination, generosity and vision of the many people who sustain UVLT. If you have ever wondered whether your contribution would make a difference… take a look at our list of trails and conservation areas and read about our current projects. Your giving matters!

UVLT’s budget for FY 2015 is $737,000, and the lion’s share will come from UVLT member contributions. Please make your gift today and join with us in a thankful and forward-looking conservation mission.