Moose rely on beaver ponds to keep coolBarred owls require mature forestsForests help to purify, regulate, and cool small streamsConservation Collaboratives Forest, Victory Bog, and Mount WashingtonMapple Trees are important for habitat, syrup, and wood productsBear-Clawed Beech StandForest Carbon Inventory

Conservation Collaboratives owns and manages over 1,000 acres of forestland in Northeast Vermont.   We are working to rehabilitate the land and buildings, enhance wildlife habitat, and develop a trail network.   We are also exploring new models of conservation finance, including carbon finance, to support the sustainable management of this land and other forestland in the region.