Old-Growth…Flowers?!

In our latest “Newts from the Field,” dive into the unexpectedly fascinating lives of one of spring’s common harbingers…the trout lily!

Happy World Rewilding Day!

This year’s World Rewilding Day theme is “animate the carbon cycle.” Discover emerging science on how wild animals are crucial to Earth’s ability to soak up carbon.

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!

Wild Works 2: Biodiversity

Wild Works 2: Biodiversity, The Language of Wilderness tells the story of why old and wild forests protect the greatest diversity of species, and help to repopulate depleted lands nearby.

Three Special Birds at Lone Mountain

Volunteers Julia and Jonathan share their story of surveying boreal birds at Lone Mountain Wilderness Sanctuary in Maine for the Mountain Birdwatch project.

Grafton Forest a Haven for Birds

NEWT is working to protect 1,300+ acres that lie within America’s largest “Globally Important Bird Area”—and you can help save these nesting grounds for breeding migratory birds!

Flies for Breakfast

Sundews, pitcher plants, and bladderworts all lure unsuspecting insects into their leaves and digest them…learn how in this summer’s edition of Newts from the Field!

Safety in the Snow

Learn how some wildlife in the Northeast use deep snowpack as insulation to survive cold winters and hide from hungry predators!

We’ve Joined Nature Needs Half!

Northeast Wilderness Trust is proud to sign on as the 49th member of Nature Needs Half, a global initiative to protect 50% of Earth by 2030