Nestled in the Central Vermont Piedmont region on the shores of the White River is a protected area containing several natural communities that are representative of the region, including floodplain forests, riverside seeps, and a northern hardwood forest. A walk through the hills here can yield surprising views of the valley landscape and an appreciation for the role of ice on the riverbanks below.
What The Nature Conservancy is Doing
Stewardship staff and volunteers continue to control non-native invasive species along the shore that threaten the riverside community. We have also established a disease-tolerant elm plantation that will serve as a seed source for the White River watershed.