Three Penny Taproom Benefit

When: March 27, 2018 from 5:00 PM to 11:30 PM
Where: Three Penny Taproom, 108 Main Street, Montpelier

The Three Penny Taproom in Montpelier hosts benefit nights where 5% of all sales go to local nonprofits. On Tuesday, March 27 the Wilderness Trust will be the beneficiary of this generous program.

Join us for exceptional local, regional, and national brews and great food in support of our mission to conserve forever-wild landscapes for nature and people.

And bring a friend or two!

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Guided Hike on West Mountain Inholdings in Vermont

When: May 9, 2018 from 12:00 AM to 12:00 AM

Join Stewardship Director, Shelby Perry, as she guides us on a walk of the 1,170-acre West Mountain Inholdings in the heart of Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom in Brunswick.

This core wilderness area, owned by The Nature Conservancy Vermont Chapter with an easement held by the Wilderness Trust is an inholding to the West Mountain Wildlife Management Area and is the newest addition to the portfolio of wilderness lands we protect as forever-wild.

Surrounded by other blocks of conservation acres totaling 200,000, we will explore this region of bogs, wetlands, ponds, countless wild hills, and miles of unbroken forest. Spend the day with us as we explore this phenomenal landscape.

As the date gets closer, we’ll have more details available here or you can contact Shelby Perry, Stewardship Director, at .

Mud Pond at West Mountain is surrounded by mats of floating bogs with pitcher plants and wild cranberries.

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7,000 Miles to A Wilderness Ethic: A Talk by Tyler Socash

When: May 25, 2018 from 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM

Tyler Socash will give a riveting retelling of his 7,000 mile journey across The Appalachians, The Sierra Nevadas, The Cascades, and along the Te Araroa Trail in New Zealand. This story takes you across mountains and deserts but is ultimately a journey about defining how we relate to natural places and find our own wilderness ethic.

Tyler Socash at Boreas Pond in the Adirondacks.

About Tyler Socash: Tyler is a native Adirondacker and current Outdoor Skills Coordinator for the Adirondack Mountain Club. His passion for protecting wild places has led him to his work supporting the Adirondack Wilderness Advocates in their efforts to conserve the Boreas Ponds.

More details will be available here in the near future. Please check back or contact Cathleen Maine at for details.

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