State planning can take a variety of forms. Many state agencies prepare agency plans for themselves or resources they protect. Agencies prepare plans on specific topics (e.g. telecommunications), and locations (e.g. a state forest). We are often asked to review these documents for regional compatibility.
Federal agencies also prepare plans for their lands in the state, such as the Green Mountain National Forest. Federal agencies also formulate policy that can have land use implications for the region and we review these plans for compatibility as well..
Vermont Department of Housing and Community Affairs
Vermont Water Quality Planning
Green Mountain National Forest Plan