Welcome to LandScope Vermont

The LandScope America website is a work in progress. In addition to comprehensive nationwide information, like much of what you can already find via the map viewer, we will include extensive state-by-state information, found on state home pages like this one. Because Vermont is one of many states where we are still working to develop all of the needed maps, stories and other content, currently you’ll find only summary information here. For an example of completed state content, visit the home pages of our five pilot states: Colorado, Florida, Maine, Virginia and Washington

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Conservation Overview

  • Vermont Conservation Summary

    Vermont is well known as the "Green Mountain State" for the northern extension of the Appalachians that extends up the center of the state, essentially dividing it in half and providing ample recreational opportunities and spectacular views. Perhaps less well known is that Vermont's real biological treasures lie on either side of these Green Mountains in the Connecticut River Valley, Lake Champlain Valley and the nearby Taconic Range. Through the efforts of its citizens and numerous organizations and agencies, Vermont will be able to protect and conserve these scenic landscapes and the diverse wildlife populations they support.

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Conservation Priorities in Vermont

  • Vermont Wildlife Action Plan

    Vermont's landscape is a tapestry of mountains, valleys, woods and wetlands that enriches the lives of those who live in and visit the state. It is this same landscape that provides habitat for thousands of species of plants and animals. The state's wildlife action plan identifies specific problems facing its wildlife and the habitats and landscapes upon which they depend. By addressing both species-specific and habitat/landscape needs, Vermonters can target conservation resources at the appropriate level to strategically conserve all of the state's wildlife.

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