How to Help

The Richmond Land Trust is a grassroots organization with constant expenses for everything from property taxes to land preservation. Member support is vital if we are to continue to protect and preserve what makes this part of the world unique. There are several ways to help us conserve the best of Richmond's landscape:


You will be directly connected to a secure site maintained by Network for Good, an organization that collects funds for non-profits online. Simply make a donation corresponding to the membership category you wish to join. We will acknowledge your contribution via email or regular mail:
Steward$100 - $999
Sustaining$50 - $99
Family$30 - $49
Individual$20 - $29
Limited Income$10 - $19

The Land Trust welcomes gifts large and small to protect new properties, pay taxes and practice sound stewardships on protected lands. Your generosity will help us expand our ability to save what we all cherish about the Richmond landscape. We welcome individual and corporate gifts for general operations or special projects, and we can accept cash, appreciated stock, investment properties or other in-kind contributions.

You can make a convenient, online donation to the Richmond Land Trust if you click here. You will be connected to a secure site run by Network for Good, an organization that collects funds for non-profits online. Or, you can mail your check to Richmond Land Trust, P.O. Box 605, Richmond, VT 05477.

      Join or contribute through the mail

Please click here, print out and complete the membership form and mail it to the address shown with a check payable to Richmond Land Trust. All contributions will be acknowledged.

      Lend a hand
Whether you can swing a hammer, decipher a deed or simply stuff an envelope, the Richmond Land Trust always has projects underway where you can get directly involved in Richmond land conservation. Contact our Chair, Jeremy Hoff,

      Preserve your own land and heritage
See your land preserved for future generations while still meeting important personal, family and financial objectives. For a confidential discussion of the opportunities, please contact Land Protection Committee Chair, Lou Borie, 434-4638, or click here.

The Richmond Land Trust
P.O. Box 605
Richmond, VT 05477
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