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New Leader For Stowe Land Trust

Stowe Land Trust
Caitrin Maloney is the new executive director of Stowe Land Trust.

Caitrin Maloney, of Morrisville, will be the next executive director of Stowe Land Trust. In its 26 year history, the trust has conserved nearly 3,500 acres in Stowe, Morristown and Waterbury. The trust also owns five properties which it manages for public recreational use.

Maloney has directed the Lake Champlain Sea Grant Watershed Alliance, and most recently she served as executive director of the Friends of the Mad River, a watershed conservation organization based in Waitsfield.

“I am thrilled at the opportunity to work for Stowe Land Trust," Maloney commented. "Conservation is a vital tool for protecting ecological health and creating sustainable communities. SLT is a solid organization and has done fabulous work in the area, and I am looking forward to helping build on their successes.”

Alan Thorndike, chair of the Stowe Land Trust board of directors noted Maloney is a outdoor enthusiast, and already well acquainted with some of the trust's properties.

“She knows our communities and the lands we already steward, and her hands-on experience in the woods and mountains of the Stowe area will get her up to speed on our mission in short order.”

Maloney will start at the Stowe Land Trust in December. She replaces Heather Furman, who resigned this fall to become director of the Vermont Chapter of The Nature Conservancy.

Amy is an award winning journalist who has worked in print and radio in Vermont since 1991. Her first job in professional radio was at WVMX in Stowe, where she worked as News Director and co-host of The Morning Show. She was a VPR contributor from 2006 to 2020.
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