The Lake Champlain Land Trust works on both sides of Lake Champlain, in Vermont and New York.
We conserve a variety of landscapes, including islands, lakeshore, wetlands, forests, river shore, and farmland. Not only do we conserve land surrounding Lake Champlain, but we also conserve land further from the lake that may have a significant impact on the health of Lake Champlain (such as rivers, streams, and wetlands).
If you have questions about conserving your land, please feel free to contact Chris Boget, Executive Director, at 802-862-4150 x 1 or .
Curious about whether we have saved land in your town? The table below lists the number of properties that the Lake Champlain Land Trust has conserved in each town.