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Help Protect an Important Wildlife Linkage in New York

This unique, low-elevation habitat will only prove more valuable over time as resilient forever-wild landscapes adapt to climate change. Will you help Northeast Wilderness Trust continue its growing legacy of wilderness land protection in the Northeast? You can help by donating to this campaign to Save Little River.

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.

Save This Land: Great Oaks Wilderness Sanctuary

Northeast Wilderness Trust is working to conserve 533 acres of mature forest as the Great Oaks Wilderness Sanctuary. You can experience the wild character of this forest in our new video.

Save This Land: Bear’s Nest Wilderness Preserve

Northeast Wilderness Trust is working to conserve Bear’s Nest Wilderness Preserve, approximately 2,830 acres at the center of the binational wildlife movement corridor. Experience the beauty and peace of this vast landscape in our latest video.

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.

Success for Blue Mountain Wilderness Sanctuary

Northeast Wilderness Trust has purchased more than 830 acres in Ryegate, Vermont, to create the Blue Mountain Wilderness Sanctuary.

The Wildlife of Grasse River

The Wilderness Trust has the opportunity to rewild 1,400 acres in the Grasse River watershed just west of the Adirondack Park. Join us to save this land!

Help Create a New Sanctuary in Vermont

The campaign for Blue Mountain Wilderness Sanctuary would create a 800-acre safe haven for wildlife in eastern Vermont.

Vital Section in Western Maine Conservation Corridor Conserved

Permanent conservation of the 21,300-acre Grafton Forest creates new wildlands, safeguards a treasured recreation haven, and promotes sustainable forest management.