Office on the Move in the Southern Lake Champlain Valley

We are excited to announce the relocation of our Southern Vermont Office from West Haven to Poultney as of October 1, 2013.


September 30, 2013

Bentley House 125x83For nearly 15 years, The Nature Conservancy’s stewardship work in the Southern Lake Champlain Valley has been coordinated by staff based from the West Haven schoolhouse, an unassuming red building situated amongst apple trees and playing fields. In this peaceful place, where turkeys and deer draw the occasional wildlife gazer, the SLCV Project―a landscape-based initiative of the Adirondack, Eastern New York, and Vermont Chapters―landed and evolved. Today, natural areas across the breadth of southern Vermont are stewarded from this office, and operational needs have likewise evolved.

We are excited to announce the relocation of our Southern Vermont Office to off-campus space belonging to Green Mountain College in Poultney. The move places area staff in a fresh environment closer in proximity to conservation colleagues and continues the Chapter’s collaboration with GMC. Firmly planted in the Southern Lake Champlain Valley, the new office location is easily accessible to members, employees, and visitors.

Our new address will be 348 Bentley Avenue, Poultney, VT 05764, and the new phone numbers: 802-884-8165, Fax: 802-884-8126

For more information, contact Operations & Finance Director, Maggie Fox (Margaret_Fox@tnc.org) Telephone: 802-229-4425 x102


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