HOWL Herstory

HOWL’s sound files & archives tell a grand story of collaboration, generosity, frustration, wild times, fun times, endless fundraising, legal maze navigation, feminist process, land-scouting…You name it!  Do you have a story you’d like to add? We’d love to include you!  Send your stories, questions, and suggestions  to  Enjoy a bit of HOWL’s herstory here.

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For a bit of HOWL herstory in a nutshell, click here for reporter Rachel Jones’s story in Vermont’s award-winning weekly paper, Seven Days.  Wonderful!  For a more recent look at HOWL in the news, check out Chelsea Edgar’s story from Seven Days, Howling at the Moon.  HOWL was also featured in an August, 2019 New York Times article on Women’s Lands.

Want a sampling of goings-on from just a few years back? Click here to view archival photos & posts from recent years.

Here’s a peek into the inspiring commitment of our founders to bring HOWL into being:

Want to get deep into the weeds checking out HOWL’s Archives?  Contact and we can send you links to additional documents.  Have some video & sound file editing skills  you’d like to put to use?  We’d love to hear from you:

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