Vermont Habitat Stamp

winter stream and habitat stamp

In Vermont, the natural world is part of our way of life, and the Vermont Habitat Stamp is how we ensure its future. Your Habitat Stamp helps keep rivers clean, woods connected, and meadowlands open. Your donation also leverages federal dollars for wildlife habitat conservation. 

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What does the Habitat Stamp Fund do? See how we use your donation:

Juvenile wood turtle

Plus, the Habitat Stamp helps provide public access to wildlife management areas across the state:

State-owned Lands and
Wildlife Management Areas

Now Complete! New Flexible Baffle Installed on Mill BrookFlexible baffles creating a series of pools for aquatic migration.

With hearty thanks to all Habitat Stamp supporters, VT Fish & Wldlife Department, with the White River Partnership, USFWS and the Greater Upper Valley Chapter of Trout Unlimited successfully installed the baffles and watched the culvert transform from a long, steep chute to a series of steps and pools that fish can navigate more easily. 

Now we will continue to monitor Mill Brook, looking for adult fish migrating upstream and young fish hatching in this tributary to the White River. We will also watch the baffles themselves to see how they hold up during the spring melt, when such installments can be buffeted and damaged by large boulders and ice floes. If this experiment succeeds, anglers will find more healthy trout in the stream, but the fish and other aquatic organisms that can once again spawn, avoid floods, and find cool water in Mill Brook will be the biggest winners.


How to Purchase a Vermont Habitat Stamp*

  • Purchase anytime by using our online donation form.

  • Download our Habitat Donation form and mail it in with your donation. Are you a collector? Use this form to purchase previous year's stamps.

  • Purchase with your Hunting and Fishing License: Donate when purchasing a hunting or fishing license by simply including your contribution when applying.

Donations of $15.00 and more receive a 4"x5" Habitat Stamp sticker in the mail. A Habitat Stamp is not required to hunt, fish or trap, nor do you have to buy a sporting license to donate. 

Contact Us

Vermont Department of Fish & Wildlife
Commissioner Louis Porter

1 National Life Drive
Fish & Wildlife LogoDavis 2
Montpelier, VT 05620-3702

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