Discover how evidence found on your land connects to the broader story of Vermont’s changes through time
Every place has its own story, but these stories are part of a larger fabric, a unifying story. We find pieces of this story written in old stone walls, a massive white pine towering over a stand of scraggly sugar maples and beeches, small patches of wild leeks, tracks along a brook from a mink. To know the story, to know how the story is told both deepens and strengthens our connection to place. It helps us better appreciate and understand how our footsteps will be read by future generations.