The Wild Times: January and February

With an additional 6,354 acres protected in 2023, last year was wildly successful for wilderness recovery, thanks to you. Places like Moriah Wilderness Preserve in New York and Sargent Hill Wilderness Preserve in Vermont, both protected last year, have begun their rewilding journey.

NEWT awarded Wild Stewardship Award from Adirondack Wild

This award recognizes Northeast Wilderness Trust’s 20-year record of preserving and connecting forever-wild lands throughout the Adirondack Park and the Northern Forest.

Opinion: New England Forests Can Sustain Our Climate and Biodiversity—If We Work Together

New England forests hold enormous potential to help us avoid the worst of climate change and support rich biodiversity. To reach such potential, partnerships are emerging between organizations long dedicated to forest conservation, but not always on the same page.

Board President Honored with Conservation Award

Dr. Mark Anderson, Board President of Northeast Wilderness Trust, was honored with the prestigious Kingsbury Browne Conservation Leadership Award.

Happy National Wilderness Month!

September has just been designated as the official month to celebrate wilderness in America.

30 by 30

President Biden has committed the United States to “30 by 30”—a global initiative that calls for 30 percent of Earth’s lands and waters to be conserved by 2030. Wild nature and diverse leadership are crucial components of achieving this goal in a meaningful way.

Win a Hornbeck Canoe!

On March 20th, 2021 conservationists around the world will celebrate the first annual World Rewilding Day to expand awareness of rewilding and wilderness conservation.

First “World Rewilding Day” is March 20, 2021

On March 20th, 2021 conservationists around the world will celebrate the first annual World Rewilding Day to expand awareness of rewilding and wilderness conservation.