NORTHEAST WILDERNESS TRUST
17 STATE STREET, SUITE 302
MONTPELIER, VT 05602
info [@] newildernesstrust.org
Northeast Wilderness Trust is a non-profit land trust, founded in 2002 to fill the vacant niche of wilderness protection in the Northeast. Our mission is to conserve forever-wild landscapes for nature and people. Our small and dedicated team of conservationists is based in Vermont and Massachusetts, with a dedicated Board of Directors spanning the Northeast. To date, we have protected more than 41,000 forever-wild acres across New England and New York.
Harris Center for Conservation Education
350.org & Middlebury College
Woods Hole Research Center
Browse our Annual Reports, Wild Works series, Strategic Plan, and more.
Read the Wilderness Trust's Strategic Plan for 2020-2025, which is organized around four pillars: Protect, Connect, Champion, and Sustain....
Wild Works is an annual series written by experts in the field of wilderness conservation. The series showcases the many benefits of wildlands, for both nature and people....
Dive into the best scientific studies, poetic essays, and historic treatises supporting wilderness and protection of wildlands....
See IRS 990 Forms from the past five years and the Wilderness Trust's EIN....
Read stories, successes, and statistics from the Wilderness Trust's past few years of conservation work, accompanied by beautiful wildlife and landscape photography....
At Northeast Wilderness Trust, we take seriously the responsibility for wilderness conservation to be a welcoming movement for all. It’s the right thing to do. “Widening the Wild” is a four-part initiative to make strides towards diversity, equity, and inclusion in the conservation field.