The Voices Project celebrates the passion, knowledge, and will of people who work hard and smart to create, protect, and manage Vermont's urban and community forests.
We kicked off the Voices Project in 2015 with a focus on town forests in celebration of the centennial of Vermont's Municipal Forest Act and 25 years of USDA Forest Legacy, Forest Stewardship and Urban and Community Forestry. We hope to continue to grow our collection of voices to celebrate the diverse people and places that make Vermont - and its trees
Town Forests for the People, by the People.
In Vermont, there are over 67,000 acres of forestland owned by 168 municipalities, all open to the public to enjoy. Meet three Vermonters who work for our town forests.