ACORN Launches Champlain Valley Virtual Farmers' Market and Online Guide

ACORN, Addison County Relocalization Network has just launched an interactive map of farm and virtual farmers market in the Champlain Valley 

Connect with local farmers and food producers directly using ACORN's new, interactive online map and virtual farmers' market! Shop and pay online, and your orders will be ready for curbside pick-up at one of two distribution sites (different farmers will be dropping off at different locations, and some will be at both - see our website for details:

  • Tandem, 26 Main St, Bristol on Wednesdays 4PM-6PM

  • Hannaford Career Center, 51 Charles Ave, Middlebury on Thursdays 10AM-12PM

All orders will be packed by folks wearing gloves and a mask and all social distancing measures will be in place at pick-up. Any orders not picked up within the designated time slot will be donated to HOPE.

The map can be found at and the online market can be found at

Helping to protect and preserve the rural, agricultural landscape of Charlotte


Sunset from Mt. Philo
Greenbush Road Conserved Field
Charlotte Berry Farm pumpkins
Knowles Farm
View from Mt. Philo with Conserved Land in Foreground
Farming on Lockhart Property
Crossbreed Cow on Burleigh Farm
View from Gailbreath Property
Burleigh Forest Waterfall
Aerial View of Williams Woods
Mack Farm Herd
Camel's Hump from Charlotte
Crows on Burns Property
Looking East from the top of Barber Hill
Snowshoes on CLT Guided Raven Ridge Hike

For over twenty years, the Charlotte Land Trust has been in the business of conserving the special natural, scenic and agricultural areas in Charlotte so they will be here for future generations.  We were founded by a group of concerned local people who initially organized in order to protect a very large field on the corner of Lake and Greenbush Roads. Since then, CLT became incorporated sixteen years ago as a non-profit entity and has helped to preserve many of our notable natural resources.

CLT’s mission is to preserve, protect and enhance the historic and rural beauty of the area by conserving natural resources in the form of agricultural lands, forests, and wild areas.  We are committed to assisting in the planning for Charlotte’s growth and development so that agricultural, commercial, residential and recreational land needs are balanced by the townspeople’s often expressed desire for the preservation and protection of working farms, natural areas and scenic resources.

To date, Charlotte can be proud that more than 4,000 acres of resource rich lands in the town are conserved with conservation easements.  This slideshow highlights pictures from some of the properties in Charlotte that were conserved either through the efforts of the Charlotte Land Trust or one of our other conservation partners.