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Vermont Extension for North Country Trail Feasibility Study is Released

Vermont Extension for North Country Trail Feasibility Study is Released

North Country National Scenic Trail Feasibility Study for Extension to the Appalachian Trail in Vermont has been completed.

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2013 Annual Appeal Letter

2013 Annual Appeal Letter

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Fall 2013 Newsletter

Fall 2013 Newsletter

New trail to Prunier Road – (click on photo to get to the newsletter)

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LUKE JORDAN COMPLETES THE NORTH COUNTRY TRAIL, MAKES IT TO VERMONT

NCT Thru-hiker makes it to Vermont

Luke Jordan, aka “Strider”, has completed the North Country Trail this week after starting in North Dakota in March. Originally from Minnesota, Luke heard about the NCT as a trail worker, and decided to take it on, becoming the 4th person to do so successfully. At around 4600 miles, the NCT is no small feat! 

Although it’s current eastern terminus is in NY at Crown Point, the National Park Service and MALT are working to extend it to the Long Trail, using the Trail Around Middlebury as a section. 

For more information, see http://northcountrytrail.org/trail/

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MALT Annual Meeting 2013

MALT Annual Meeting

Come to an evening with Vermont authors Martha & Bob Manning to benefit the Trail Around Middlebury.

Danforth Workshop and Store, 52 Seymour St, Middlebury
Oct 24th, 5-7:30pm

All are welcome! Enjoy complementary apple pie, cheese and cider. Lincoln Peak wine and the book, Walking Distance, will be available for sale.

Co-sponsored by Danforth Pewter, The Vermont Book Shop and MALT.

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Rocks and Glacial Deposits of the Champlain Valley

Rocks and Glacial Deposits of the Champlain Valley

Saturday, October 5, 9-11 am. And continued on October 12th! Also 9am.
Led by Ray Coish, Geology Professor at Middlebury College.
Explore the fascinating geological and glacial history of the Middlebury area in a leisurely hike along the TAM over the (Chipman) Hill and Through the (Means) Woods. Meet at Co-op Insurance lot on Washington St Ext.

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Bike Tour of MALT’s Conserved Properties

Cyclists on the road

Bike Tour of MALT’s Conserved Properties on Saturday, August 3, 8am.
Led by David Hallam and Carl Robinson, volunteer and Director of MALT, respectively. Take a 25 miles ride around the scenic Middlebury area, and visit many of our conserved properties. Preregister and learn meeting place by calling the office at 388-1007.