Shelby Perry, Wildlands Ecology Director, is walking 80 miles to raise awareness about wildlife movement corridors and to raise funds for the Woodbury Mountain conservation campaign.
Wild Works 1.1: Wild Carbon Supplement shares recent research showing that old forests are a critical natural climate solution, not only for their ability to store carbon, but also for their capacity to sequester it.
Sweet Water Trust, a long-time leader in wildlands conservation in the northern Appalachian region, is beginning a new chapter as the Sweet Water Fund in partnership with Northeast Wilderness Trust.
We thank Merloyd Ludington for her many years of service as a founding board member. She continues to generously offer her time and wisdom as a member of the Emeritus Board.
Volunteers Julia and Jonathan share their story of surveying boreal birds at Lone Mountain Wilderness Sanctuary in Maine for the Mountain Birdwatch project.
What is the difference between how people and forests manage floodwater? Learn how wilderness can reduce damage from flooding as hurricanes become more prevalent.
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!
Alder Stream & Eagle Mountain Wilderness Preserves have new trails. Join us to celebrate and explore!
Our Ambassador Preserves are representative wilderness landscapes, where people can witness and connect with the beauty of wild nature and the science of rewilding.
Through the Wildlands Carbon project, Northeast Wilderness Trust and SIG Carbon are creating a model that directly results in protected wild forests, benefits local land trusts, and could be scaled up and replicated across the country.