Wooden Arrows and Entropy

by Chelle Grald, GMHA Trails Manager Romance and History For most of the century past, wooden arrows nailed to trees have marked the path of our historic 100-mile Ride, proudly...

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Trail Preservation Pathways

By Chelle Grald, GMHA Trails Manager “There is more to lose than land. A way of life and an understanding of who we are is also at stake. Horsemanship is...

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What Makes Woodstock Worthy

by Chelle Grald, GMHA Trails Manager If the area around South Woodstock were a fabric it would be a charming tapestry, patterned with scenes of horses, antique homes and rolling...

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Easement FAQ’s

This region has a long tradition of public access. The earliest European settlers wanted the Vermont countryside to be available to everyone. Many people still share access to their lands,...

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Conserved Trails

East Hill, finalized in 2011, was an ambitious community conservation project with local landowners, Tom Debevoise and Laurie Livingston and Upper Valley Land Trust. GMHA took the lead with a...

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