Vermont River Conservancy

to “permanently conserve and protect special lands along the waters of Vermont”, VRC works in partnership with landowners, municipalities, state and federal agencies, other conservation organizations and private businesses to accomplish land conservation.

The Vermont River Conservancy protects public access, wildlife habitat, clean waters, scenic natural beauty and ecological integrity by conserving undeveloped land along rivers, lakes and wetlands of Vermont.

Since 1995, working in cooperation with state and federal agencies, municipalities and other conservation organizations, VRC has completed over 26 projects around the state. Popular local swimming holes, breathtaking gorges and waterfalls, fishing and boating accesses, paddlers’ trails and meandering river corridors have all been protected for future generations to enjoy.

Contact Vermont River Conservancy

Contact Vermont River Conservancy

Steve Libby
Executive Director
29 Main Street, Suite 11
Montpelier, Vermont  05602
Phone: (802) 229-0820


Service Area

Statewide service provider in:
  • Vermont