Training for volunteer Land Stewards: John Archer (left) Betsy Drinkwater (back) and Sue Fritz (front right) practice how to follow a bearing using a quadrant compass and how to measure distance with paces. Pete Helm, UVLT's Vice president for Stewardship, provides guidance. Volunteers provide thousands of hours annually to visit and document UVLT's conserved properties.

April 2014 training for volunteer Land Stewards: John Archer, Betsy Drinkwater and Sue Fritz practice how to follow a bearing using a quadrant compass and how to measure distance with paces. Pete Helm, UVLT’s Vice president for Stewardship, provides guidance. Volunteers provide hundreds of hours annually to visit and document UVLT’s conserved properties.


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

UPCOMING

Earth Day Walk at Starr Hill, Lebanon, Tuesday, April 22, 4 – 5:30pm

Fools in the Forest, Lyme Hill Conservation Area, Sunday April 27, 10am – 2pm

Register Now! UPPER VALLEY NATURALIST TRAINING begins April 23

Details about these and more UVLT Programs on our Calendar.