• Jeannie Bartlett

Signs of Conservation

Updated: Jan 27, 2021

Roadside “Signs of Conservation” now illustrate ten of the most common practices Vermont farmers use to grow great crops, build their soil’s health, and improve water quality. Without signs calling attention to what farmers are doing, it can be easy to take their work for granted or to simply not know what you are seeing. To learn more about any of these practices, visit the campaign’s website at www.signsofconservation.org. There you can also see pictures of these practices in action, and a map of where to see them. Share your own pictures on social media using #signsofconservation. The signs are available at no cost to any farmer in Franklin Co., and at a subsidized rate statewide. Call Katherine at 528-4185 for signs or info.

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