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About Our Auction
Barbara Haak, devoted UVLT volunteer and enthusiastic jewelry buyer, has donated her jewelry collection to be auctioned online and at Designer Gold in Hanover — all proceeds will go toward supporting children’s programs on conservation lands, goals that Upper Valley Land Trust has had on its drawing board for several years.
The auction pieces will be on display at Designer Gold in Hanover, NH. Come to Designer Gold to see everything in person from March 25-April 2. All bids will be accepted online. For your convenience, Designer Gold will have extra computers to facilitate bidding right there.
Join in the Triple-Win: Help UVLT create children’s programs on conservation lands, honor Barbara Haak’s generosity with your purchase, and get a great bargain for yourself. Save the date and look for more announcements as we get closer to the auction dates.
About Upper Valley Land Trust
The Upper Valley Land Trust provides conservation leadership, tools and expertise to permanently protect the working farms, forested ridges, wildlife habitat, water resources, trails and scenic landscapes that surround residential areas and commercial centers and make the Upper Valley a truly special place to live. We work with local conservation commissions and volunteer groups to identify and prioritize land conservation opportunities. We provide technical assistance and conservation solutions for landowners. We steward permanent agreements that conserve key properties forever.
UVLT focuses its mission in 45 Vermont and New Hampshire towns in the upper Connecticut River Valley. UVLT is a sponsor member of the Land Trust Alliance, an organization that promotes land conservation by providing advocacy and professional resources to over 1600 land trusts nationwide. UVLT has adopted LTA’s Standards and Practices for land trust operations. In 2012, The Land Trust Accreditation Commission awarded accredited status to UVLT; the seal of Accreditation shows that UVLT has met the national standards for excellence to uphold the public trust and ensure that its conservation efforts are permanent.