Shutesville Hill Wildlife Corridor Partnership

Project description (English)

The “Shutesville Hill Wildlife Corridor” crosses Route 100 on the Waterbury-Stowe town line and is the only viable connection between the Green Mountains and Worcester Range. It is one of the five most important wildlife crossings in the state and a critical part of an international network of connected forest habitats in the northeast.

Project description (French)

Main contact organization for the project

Vermont Land Trust

Partner organization(s)

The Nature Conservancy

Part of larger network(s)

Staying Connected Initiave (SCI)

Project status

Underway

Primary ecosystem focus

Forested

Connectivity action

Core priority area designation

Outreach

Land protection

Standard keywords

Corridors

Transportation (roads, rails, bridges, culverts)

Taxonomic Coverage

Mammals

Geographical coverage

Jurisdiction(s)

Vermont

Lamoille, Washington

Location name

waterbury, vermont

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