Children’s Woods & Carey Park Easement: Wilderness within reach

“Each town should have a park, or rather a primitive forest of five hundred or a thousand acres, where a stick should never be cut for fuel, a common possession forever, for instruction and recreation.” Henry David Thoreau, Journal. October 15, 1859

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.

Rosalind & Fred Slavic Wilderness Preserve Created in New Hampshire

Surrounded on three sides by the Rhododendron State Park in Fitzwilliam, New Hampshire, this forever-wild Preserve was made possible by the generosity of the former landowners and fills an important gap in conserved land—for the benefit of people and nature.

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.

A photo of canopy and a mountanous horizon in Woodbury Mountain Wilderness Preserve at sunrise.

25,000 Wild Acres Protected by 2025…Complete!

Northeast Wilderness Trust is thrilled to announce that we have met our land protection acreage goal for 2025…three years early!

Family Protects 588 Acres

The extended Putnam family donated land to NEWT, creating the Wildwood Wilderness Preserve in Dublin, NH.

Heath Brook Forest Protected by New Hampshire Couple

CC and David White of Central New Hampshire protected 74 acres with a generous donation of a forever-wild conservation easement.

When Water Meets Wilderness

What is the difference between how people and forests manage floodwater? Learn how wilderness can reduce damage from flooding as hurricanes become more prevalent.

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.