Vermont's wildlife belongs to all of us, but 85 percent of the state is owned by you, the private landowner. The future of Vermont's wildlife, and the ability of your neighbors to enjoy our wildlife, is in your hands.
This manual provides useful information and guidance to landowners, foresters, wildlife biologists and others interested in managing land for the benefit of fish and wildlife.
Here are some ofther resources to help manage and conserve your property for wildlife.
This site offers landowners and sportsmen a way to connect and develop a relationship to help manage deer densities, reduce property damage and improve habitat.
Vermont law provides a number of landowner protections that support your control of public use on your land.
Here are the answers to some of the most commonly asked questions about managing fish ponds.
Learn what you can do to manage and protect your land and Vermont from harmful invasive species.