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!
Planned giving is a powerful way to leave a lasting legacy for wild nature. Contact us to join the Ancient Forest Society by making a planned gift.
Take a peek at our 2020 Annual Report for conservation updates, rewilding stories, and more!
We will draw a winner for the Hornbeck Canoe raffle on June 26, National Canoe Day. That means there’s still time left to buy your raffle tickets for a shot at winning this beautiful, lightweight boat.
If protected, the McCorrison Addition would add 200 wild acres to Alder Stream Wilderness Preserve in Maine. You can help save this land!
Meet Cat Kelly, a monthly supporter of NEWT through the Forever-Wild Circle.
Northeast Wilderness Trust and Native Land Conservancy announce a partnership centered around Muddy Pond Wilderness Preserve in southeastern Massachusetts, homeland of the Wampanoag Tribe.
Join us for virtual events all about wilderness with scientists, authors, and artists from March through May.
Northeast Wilderness Trust purchased 3,415 acres of Mt. Redington’s western slopes this week as the Redington Wilderness Sanctuary, and will donate a forever-wild easement to Maine Appalachian Trail Land Trust.
President Biden has committed the United States to “30 by 30”—a global initiative that calls for 30 percent of Earth’s lands and waters to be conserved by 2030. Wild nature and diverse leadership are crucial components of achieving this goal in a meaningful way.