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Northeast Wilderness Trust hosts second Learning Circle book group

Northeast Wilderness Trust is launching our first Learning Circle book group in January 2024.

Woodbury Mountain BioBlitz

Become a nature detective and a citizen scientist by participating in the Woodbury Mountain BioBlitz from August 2023 through July 2024.

Northeast Wilderness Trust hosts first Learning Circle book group

Northeast Wilderness Trust is launching our first Learning Circle book group in January 2024.

Woodbury Mountain BioBlitz: September Events

Get curious about turtles, amphibians, and late season pollinators with Northeast Wilderness Trust at two events on the land this fall.

5th Anniversary Walk for Wilderness – October 11-15th, 2023

Shelby Perry, Wildlands Ecologist, is Walking for Wilderness for the fifth year in a row, with an ambitious goal to raise $10,000 to help protect Bear’s Nest Wilderness Preserve in Vermont.

Letting Trees Grow Old Panel Discussion, Hanover, New Hampshire

A dynamic group of practitioners and scientists will discuss the importance of letting local, native forests grow old in the Upper Connecticut River Valley.

2023 Spring Speaker Series Recordings & Resources

Ignite your curiosity about the wild world all around us with talks on biodiversity, old forests and trees, and protecting half of earth for nature.

2023 Hornbeck Canoe Raffle

Enter our spring raffle for a chance to win an ultralight, single-passenger canoe crafted right here in the Northeast.

2023 Spring Speaker Series Is Here

Ignite your curiosity about the wild world all around us with talks on biodiversity, old forests and trees, and protecting half of earth for nature.

Event: This Land was Saved for You and Me

On October 27 at 6:30 PM in Montpelier, VT, author Jeffrey Ryan will share his new book about the creation of public lands in America.