Floodplain between Lamoille River and Goose Pond Conserved!

Monday, February 9th, 2015

The Vermont River Conservancy and Flora & Tim Hurteau of Fairfax teamed up to establish a River Corridor Easement on 23.7 acres of the Hurteau’s land (floodplains between the Lamoille River and Goose Pond). Many thanks to the State of Vermont, Department of Environmental Conservation for the grant to help make this conservation easement possible. And special thanks of course to Flora & Tim (pictured below)!

Tim & Flora Hurteau on their conserved land in Fairfax.

Tim & Flora Hurteau on their conserved land in Fairfax.

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