September has just been designated as the official month to celebrate wilderness in America.
Acre by acre, parcel by parcel, rewilding happens when people who love the land work together to create the conditions in which nature may rebound.
Northeast Wilderness Trust’s pledge to protect 25,000 acres by 2025, as set forth in our five-year strategic plan, supports the 1t.org campaign to protect and plant 1 trillion trees in a decade.
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!
What happens to a property after NEWT protects it? Find out how our hard-working stewardship staff and volunteers keep these places wild…forever!
Meet Hannah Epstein, NEWT’s new Stewardship Coordinator, through this Q&A with her.
Congratulations to the winner of our Hornbeck canoe raffle! Thank you to all who participated and helped raise $6,380 for wilderness conservation.
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.
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.