Thank You

Thank you so much for supporting the Vermont River Conservancy’s work with your generous gift. Your contribution will go straight toward our organization’s efforts to protect public access, wildlife habitat, clean waters, scenic natural beauty and ecological integrity by conserving land along rivers, lakes and wetlands of Vermont.

You will receive an email from PayPal with your receipt which you retain for your records and for tax purposes.

We always appreciate input from our supporters. If you have any questions, comments, or suggestions, please contact us at or 802-229-0820

Thanks again for your support!

Steve Libby

Executive Director, Vermont River Conservancy

Dear Noah,
Thank you so much for supporting Grist’s work with your generous gift of
$5, made on April 14, 2011. We’re so thrilled that you’ve become our Friend
with Benefits!
Your contribution will go straight toward Grist’s green reporting,
interviews, analysis, and advice. Keep your eye out for more coverage on
bright green urbanism and sustainable cities.
We’re always eager for input, so if you have any questions, comments, or
suggestions, please jot us a line at And if you haven’t already signed
up to get our green news and advice by email — or if you find yourself
hungry for more — please visit
Now if you’ll excuse me, I’ve got a planet to save.
Thanks again,
Chip Giller

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