Protect Vermont State Lands and Halt Logging on Camel's Hump!

Camel's Hump
Zack Porter

It's time to put the public back in public lands!

Vermont's iconic Camel's Hump State Park and surrounding state lands are on the chopping block, jeopardizing a beloved natural landmark and one of the wildest landscapes in the Green Mountain State. The VT Department of Forests, Parks, and Recreation (FPR) is required to promulgate rules to govern state land management, and it is required to protect and recover endangered species like the Northern Long-eared Bat. Instead of leveraging a wild landscape for the benefit of biodiversity, clean water, and climate resilience, VT FPR and VT Fish and Wildlife (F&W) are proposing nearly 4,000-acres of logging.

On June 14th, Standing Trees and concerned citizens formally petitioned the Vermont Agency of Natural Resources to put a moratorium on all logging in Camel's Hump State Park until they come into compliance with the law.

Sign our petition and send a letter to Vermont Agency of Natural Resources Secretary Julie Moore, FPR Commissioner Michael Snyder, and F&W Commissioner Christopher Herrick, demanding that the State of Vermont put our public lands on a different path.

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