Get a birdseye view of Binney Pond and its overlook, thanks to volunteer George Carmichael!
Northeast Wilderness Trust and Mobilize for the Wild invite you to join us for a critical conversation on rewilding the Northeast for a brighter future. This event will happen virtually over Zoom; register to attend at bit.ly/wild93020
Glen Ayers was the first-ever monthly donor to Northeast Wilderness Trust, choosing to sustain the work of forever-wild conservation because of his love for old-growth and wild forests.
Rewilding Earth’s Best of 2019 anthology is now available for purchase, and features the works of many in the Northeast Wilderness Trust family.
Muddy Pond Wilderness Preserve in Kingston, MA was the 107th forest to be inducted into the Old-Growth Forest Network on Saturday, August 22. Muddy Pond will be the representative forest of Plymouth County.
August marks the beginning of the season of plenty. While I am trying my best to stay in the present and savor the last days of summer, many of my wild neighbors have their eyes to the future and are beginning their furious preparations for the long cold winter ahead.
Northeast Wilderness Trust is one of more than 90 local, regional, Indigenous, state, and national organizations to co-sign a letter to the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service in support of full federal funding for science and conservation.
Northeast Wilderness Trust has launched a new initiative to accelerate the pace of wilderness conservation across New England and New York. The Wildlands Partnership offers local land trusts the resources to work on wilderness conservation while receiving periodic income through a developing wilderness carbon market.
Muddy Pond Wilderness Preserve now welcomes the public to the trailhead with a beautiful, handmade kiosk and illustrated interpretive sign.
Ducks Unlimited transferred the Duren Mountain property along Route 102 in Guildhall to the Northeast Wilderness Trust, protecting 184 acres of wetlands and forest as forever-wild.