Mount Philo State Park: Climate Change and Rare Plants

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Planning

The Park’s management plan is being revised and will include climate change considerations.

Staff from the Vermont Agency of Natural Resources are currently working to update the Park’s management plan, which includes a large amount of public input because of the park’s popularity.

Project Area

Mount Philo State Park is located atop Mt. Philo and overlooks the Lake Champlain Valley and the Adirondack Mountains of New York. The 168-acre park is Vermont’s oldest State Park and is a popular destination for hiking, birding, and other outdoor activities.

Management Goals

The Park’s management plan is being revised and will include climate change considerations.

Learn More

To learn more about this project, contact Maria

Keywords

Management plan

Last Updated

Tuesday, January 23, 2018

Mount Philo State Park is located atop Mt. Philo and overlooks the Lake Champlain Valley and the Adirondack Mountains of New York. The 168-acre park is Vermont’s oldest State Park and is a popular destination for hiking, birding, and other outdoor activities. Staff from the Vermont Agency of Natural Resources are currently working to update the Park’s management plan, which includes a large amount of public input because of the park’s popularity.

Contact: Maria Janowiak

Above: A view of the Lake Champlain Valley from Mt. Philo State Park. Photo from Vermont Dept. of Forests, Parks, and Recreation. 

Last updated: 4/9/2014