Interview: Shawn Geoffroy and Lisa Chase on land access research

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If getting outdoors in any season is one of the things you love most about living in or visiting Vermont, you�ll be interested to follow a new study on land postings in the state.

Lisa Chase and Shawn Geoffroy of the University of Vermont’s Tourism Data Center are urging the public to get involved and make their concerns known in a series of roundtable discussion on land postings, including one takng place today in Lyndonville.

Chase says the issue is critical because the tradition of easy access to private land for recreation in Vermont may be eroding:

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