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Vermont's Land and Facilities Trust Fund

Vermont's natural environment is a priceless inheritance. Over the years, the Vermont Agency of Natural Resources has secured more than 469,000 acres of the state's natural spaces for the continued enjoyment of Vermonters and its visitors. These holdings include:

  • state parks and forests
  • wildlife management areas
  • conservation camps
  • boating access areas
  • stream bank parcels
  • dam sites
However, this investment is increasingly at risk as the cost to maintain the state's land and facilities outpaces the availability of public funds. The Vermont's Land and Facility Trust Fund allows Vermonters and friends to directly support the continued preservation of these natural spaces.
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How the Fund Helps

The Fund cannot be used to buy land. But, once fully established, the Fund will help cover certain costs such as:
  • Repair and maintenance of state parks and conservation camps
  • Maintenance of state lands including boundaries, roads, trials, and facilities
  • Surveys and mapping
  • Timber management
  • Natural inventories of state lands
  • Repair of state-owned dams
What You Can Do

Here are just a few ways you can help:
  • Tax-deductible Donations - all contributions are tax deductible
  • Directed Gift - you can stipulate that your donation go toward a specific conservation camp, parcel of land, park or project
  • Bequest - including a contribution to the Fund in your will allows you to leave a lasting legacy for future generations of Vermonters
If you would like more information on how you can support the Fund, contact the Commissioner, Department of Forest, Parks & Recreation, 1 National Life Drive, Davis 2, Montpelier, VT 05620-3801 802-828-1534.




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