Join this critical discussion on the importance of protecting both wildlands AND woodlands. Tune in via Zoom on Tuesday, December 15 from 4:00–5:30 PM.
The Jack & Margaret Hoffman Wilderness Sanctuary was created this November to protect 130 acres in Francestown, NH as forever-wild.
Jon Leibowitz writes in an op-ed to Vermont Digger that rewilding must not only happen faraway, but also in Vermont and the Northeastern United States.
Several Northeast Wilderness Trust Preserves got some careful attention from volunteers and staff, encouraging the rewilding process on these landscapes.
Monadnock Ledger-Transcript featured the initiative to add 15 acres to Binney Hill Wilderness Preserve in their latest Environment edition.
Northeast Wilderness Trust is proud to welcome Erin Meiman to the team to fill the new position of Operations Manager.
Binney Hill Wilderness Preserve in New Hampshire got a brand new kiosk that welcomes visitors and illustrates the rewilding process.
This year has been a complicated one. If one looks closely, fall foliage can offer lessons in the art of transitioning during darker, colder times.
Get a glimpse of the charismatic wildlife who find food and shelter at Duren Mountain Wilderness Preserve, a forever-wild forest and wetland in northeast Vermont.
Last year, Shelby Perry, Stewardship Director, raised $7,000 for Bramhall Wilderness Preserve with her Walk for Wilderness. This year, she’s hitting the trail again! Shelby will walk 2 miles for every donation made to Bramhall during the month of September.