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Old 22 Apr 17, 08:57
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Edit: I received an email from the Lake Champlain Land Trust, about a Wildflower Hike there May 13.

latest brochures on Butternut Hill

http://www.lclt.org/butternut-hill/

excerpt


HISTORY

Butternut Hill Natural Area was conserved in 2012. Two North Hero, VT families, the Williams and the Keyes, worked alongside each other, the Lake Champlain Land Trust, and The Nature Conservancy of Vermont to conserve wildlife habitat and lakeshore along Lake Champlain.
Butternut Hill Natural Area combines conserved land from the Williams family, the Keyes family, and the Town of North Hero, protecting a spectacular, old floodplain forest, while providing public access to the forest and the lake via the trails starting at the Town of North Hero’s former Camp Ingalls land.

PARTNERS

Butternut Hill was conserved in partnership with the Nature Conservancy, the Town of North Hero, and the Lake Champlain Land Trust.

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https://www.lclt.org/wp-content/uplo...HillGuide1.pdf

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