Northeast Wilderness Trust stands in solidarity with those fighting for equal justice for black lives and other marginalized communities around the world. What do civil rights have to do with wilderness and conservation? Quite a lot.
Check out the past year of wins for the wild. With 7,945 new forever-wild acres protected in 2019, the Northeast Wilderness Trust is working hard to create a wilder future for this region.
The new Bramhall Wilderness Preserve has been getting some attention across Vermont! Check out the coverage in Valley News, Mountain Times, and VTDigger.
Meet Brett Engstrom, an ecologist, a Wilderness Trust board member, and a new monthly donor as part of the Forever-Wild Circle.
Animal, vegetable, mineral…or none of the above? Learn about the surprising lives of slime molds (myxomycetes) in our Slime Mold naturalist presentation by Stewardship Director Shelby Perry, which was hosted live on April 27, 2020.
Four best friends are turning their through-hike of the historic Wapack Trail into a fundraiser for Northeast Wilderness Trust!
Northeast Wilderness Trust is applying for a second renewal of accreditation through the Land Trust Accreditation Commission, an independent program of the Land Trust Alliance.
Northeast Wilderness Trust’s Stewardship Director, Shelby Perry, talked with Rewilding Earth about the ins and outs of how we work to rewild the Northeast.
Northeast Wilderness Trust is delighted to welcome Lillie Howell to the team. Lillie, a student at Vermont Law School and University of Vermont, joins us as the Wildlands Partnership Intern, helping to connect more land trusts with wilderness conservation.
I couldn’t sleep last night. The night before I’d dreamt of disease, contagion, and fear, my mind just wouldn’t settle down. I didn’t have particularly bad thoughts swirling in my head. I thought about friends, and generosity, and kindness. I thought about nature and wildness.