Our Ambassador Preserves are representative wilderness landscapes, where people can witness and connect with the beauty of wild nature and the science of rewilding.
Binney Hill Wilderness Preserve grew by 15 forever-wild acres with the Wilderness Trust’s purchase of 15 acres from Virginia Steel, bringing the Preserve’s total acreage to 550.
Take a peek at our 2020 Annual Report for conservation updates, rewilding stories, and more!
A crowd-sourcing photo tool allows visitors to engage with the rewilding process at two Wilderness Preserves by documenting ecosystem changes over time.
The Jack & Margaret Hoffman Wilderness Sanctuary was created this November to protect 130 acres in Francestown, NH as forever-wild.
Binney Hill Wilderness Preserve in New Hampshire got a brand new kiosk that welcomes visitors and illustrates the rewilding process.
Get a birdseye view of Binney Pond and its overlook, thanks to volunteer George Carmichael!
Four best friends are turning their through-hike of the historic Wapack Trail into a fundraiser for Northeast Wilderness Trust!
This winter, two Northeast Wilderness Trust Preserves were featured in local news. A big thank you to the Monadnock Ledger-Transcript and Wicked Local Kingston for highlighting these special places and the wilderness message!
Northeast Wilderness Trust bought 47 acres of forest and wetlands from Shirley Sawtelle, safeguarding the last remaining unprotected shoreline of Binney Pond and a section of the Wapack Trail. The Wilderness Trust will manage this land as a forever-wild addition to its Binney Hill Wilderness Preserve, which it purchased in 2016.