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Vermont

Places We Protect

Click on the map or browse the list below to explore our natural areas around the state.

Conservation Across the State

With 55 natural areas, and contributions to the protection of federal, state and municipal lands, there is a Nature Conservancy site  in every county of Vermont. More than 100 of these places are open to the public and ideal for exploring. Find out more in our guide, “Places to Walk, Paddle and Explore in Vermont."

Explore These Natural Areas

NORTHERN LAKE CHAMPLAIN REGION
H. Laurence Achilles Natural Area at Shelburne Pond
LaPlatte River Marsh Natural Area
Raven Ridge Natural Area
Williams Woods Natural Area

SOUTHERN LAKE CHAMPLAIN REGION
Bond Island Natural Area
East Creek Natural Area
Helen W. Buckner Memorial Preserve at Bald Mountain
High Pond Natural Area
Hubbardton River Clayplain Forest Natural Area
Lower Poultney River Natural Area
Otter Creek Swamps
Shaw Mountain Natural Area
Willmarth Woods Natural Area

NORTHEAST KINGDOM
Barr Hill Natural Area
Flagg Pond Natural Area
Little Averill Lake Natural Area
Long Pond Natural Area
Newark Pond Natural Area

CENTRAL VERMONT
Chickering Bog Natural Area

SOUTHWESTERN VERMONT AND THE TACONICS
Equinox Highlands Natural Area
North Pawlet Hills Natural Area
Quarry Hill Natural Area

UPPER VALLEY AND SOUTHEASTERN VERMONT
Athens Dome Wetland Complex
Black Mountain Natural Area
Eshqua Bog Natural Area
White River Ledges Natural Area



Public Access

A few simple rules allow everyone to enjoy nature. Learn more

Hunting and Fishing

Guidelines for Conservancy-owned lands in Vermont. Learn more

Take a Guide With You

"Places to Walk, Paddle and Explore in Vermont." Learn more

We’re Accountable

The Nature Conservancy makes careful use of your support.

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