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Business Alliance Spotlight: Saltwoods

Northeast Wilderness Trust has launched its Business Alliance. We’re proud to feature Saltwoods, a high-end furniture business in Boston that has partnered with NEWT since 2019.

Guardians of the Land

Visit Maine, Massachusetts, and more vicariously through the eyes of our stewardship team.

Salt Marsh Protected in Hammett’s Cove

Marion Marsh, protected in late 2021, is a 27-acre forever-wild salt marsh along the Massachusetts coast.

Ambassador Preserves: Places to Rewild the Mind

Our Ambassador Preserves are representative wilderness landscapes, where people can witness and connect with the beauty of wild nature and the science of rewilding.

Join Team Muddy at our Inaugural Hike

Team Muddy will be a community of citizens dedicated to the preservation of Muddy Pond Wilderness Preserve. Join us for to hike the land this summer!

Partnership with Native Land Conservancy Unfolds

Northeast Wilderness Trust and Native Land Conservancy announce a partnership centered around Muddy Pond Wilderness Preserve in southeastern Massachusetts, homeland of the Wampanoag Tribe.

Rewilding Photo Points

A crowd-sourcing photo tool allows visitors to engage with the rewilding process at two Wilderness Preserves by documenting ecosystem changes over time.

Old-Growth Forest Network Honors Muddy Pond

Muddy Pond Wilderness Preserve in Kingston, MA was the 107th forest to be inducted into the Old-Growth Forest Network on Saturday, August 22. Muddy Pond will be the representative forest of Plymouth County.

New Sign Showcases Muddy Pond Ecosystem

Muddy Pond Wilderness Preserve now welcomes the public to the trailhead with a beautiful, handmade kiosk and illustrated interpretive sign.