Vermont Environmental Organizations
A Vermont Chapter of the National Audubon Society.
Protecting birds, wildlife and their habitat though engaging people of all ages in education, conservation, stewardship and action.
Science, fun and stewardship since 2000
Providing southeastern Vermont with quality outdoor education programs.
Conserving the special natural, scenic and agricultural areas in Charlotte.
Building a multi-use, four season path across the width of Vermont; following the Winooski River and Wells River valleys.
Conserving Duxbury’s wetlands and riparian corridors; upland and ridgeline forests, recreational areas and important wildlife habitat.
Stewards of the Mad River and its tributaries.
Providing volunteer and financial support to Missisquoi National Wildlife Refuge.
Dedicated to the restoration and protection of the Winooski River and its tributaries.
Chittenden, Grand Isle, Franklin Counties, Vermont.
Maintaining and protecting Vermont's Long Trail since 1910.
A partnership of Greensboro area people working together to ensure that open and forest land in Greensboro is not lost to development forever.
Has helped conserve more than 2,000 acres of agricultural, natural and heritage land in Hinesburg.
Conserving our productive working landscape, scenic vistas and important wildlife habitats.
Saving our lakeshore and natural areas since 1978.
Preserving key open and scenic lands in Middlebury.
Protecting the Green Mountain State.
Working for Local Farms, Healthy Food, & Strong Communities.
Protecting the natural, scenic, and working landscapes in the headwaters of the Winooski, Lamoille, and Black Rivers.
Connecting people and place through science, education and action.
Protecting birds, other wildlife and their habitats by encouraging a culture of conservation within Addison County.
Dedicated to preserving the beauty and ecological habitats of the Passumpsic River and its watershed.
Preserving undeveloped land on Windmill Ridge in southeastern Vermont.
Neighbors working together to preserve Richmond's rural heritage.
To foster an enjoyment of birds and the preservation of their habitat.
Striving to keep the mountains of Vermont green.
A chapter of the National Audubon Society.
Growing Farms, Strengthening Community, Working Together.
Conserving rural and natural landscapes.
Helps people conserve land.
Uniting People and Science for Conservation
Conserving land for the future of Vermont.
Vermont’s leader in protecting and restoring our natural resources and communities.
Protecting exceptional lands along our waters.
Promoting conservation and stewardship of the land.
Bringing together people and local communities to improve the long-term health of the White River and its watershed in central Vermont.
Preserve, promote, educate.
Conserving and making accessible the lands along the Windmill Hill ridge and nearby areas.