Newts from the Field: Stewardship team meets at Grasse River Wilderness Preserve

From wildlife cameras to forest plots to soundscapes, the new Ecology Program is covering a lot of ground to bring much-needed, low-impact science to conservation in the Northeast.

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.

Moriah Wilderness Preserve adds to wildlife connectivity

Northeast Wilderness Trust has established the Moriah Wilderness Preserve, protecting 1,775 acres in the West Champlain Hills of New York—a region considered one of the most biologically rich parts of the Adirondack Park.

Q&A with Janelle Jones, New York Land Steward

Northeast Wilderness Trust is delighted to welcome and introduce our New York Land Steward, Janelle Jones.

Wildlands in New England: Webinar

Register for the May 31 webinar to learn about the Wildlands in New England report, the first study of its kind to map and characterize all forever-wild lands in the Northeast.

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.

Celebrating and Continuing the Wildlands Partnership

The Wilderness Trust has opened up a new round of applications for land trusts to propose projects for Wildlands Partnership funding by June 15, 2023. We are excited to begin a new phase of collaborations to build upon this momentum.

Grand Lake Reserve becomes forever wild

Indian River Lakes Conservancy enrolled 1,072 acres in Northeast Wilderness Trust’s Wildlands Partnership, adding forever-wild protections to Grand Lake Reserve.

Key acreage acquired within Adirondack Park’s Five Ponds Wilderness

A key 1,050-acre tract in the midst of the Adirondack Park’s Five Ponds Wilderness has been saved from development and set on a path to rewild.

Bear Pond Forest Is Saved!

A key 1,050-acre tract in the midst of the Adirondack Park’s Five Ponds Wilderness has been saved from development and set on a path to rewild.