Forever-Wild Circle Feature: Chuck Dinsmore

Meet Chuck Dinsmore, a Forever-Wild Circle member.

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.

Business Alliance Spotlight: NatureCulture

NEWT’s Business Alliance welcomes NatureCulture, a small Massachusetts-based business working at the intersection of the arts, environmental, and social justice.

A Simple Gift, A Lasting Legacy

By joining the Ancient Forest Society, individuals make a meaningful commitment to a wilder future with more abundance, beauty, and diversity. It is a radical act of love and hope. And, it is a legacy of which to be proud.

2022 Annual Report

Explore our 2022 Annual Report for stories on 20 years of wilderness conservation: thinking in tree time, rewilding forests, a new ecology program, and more.

2023 Hornbeck Canoe Raffle

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

Forever-Wild Circle Feature: Brendan Wiltse

Hear from Brendan Wiltse, a water quality researcher and landscape photographer based in the Adirondacks, about why he supports wildlands conservation.

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.

2022 Walk for Wilderness

During the month of October, Shelby will walk 2 miles for donations towards the Walk for Wilderness of $50 or more! All proceeds benefit Woodbury Mountain Wilderness Preserve in Vermont.