On Sunday, June 23rd, Shelby Perry and a half-dozen expert naturalists and landscape historians descended on the proposed Bridgewater Hollow Bramhall Wilderness Preserve to help identify the biodiversity harbored on the 360-acre property.
Simply put, there is no more effective, affordable, rapidly scalable, and low-tech solution to address the climate and extinction crises than to expand forever-wild preservation across the globe, starting right here in the Northeast.
A vast expanse of Adirondack foothills at the headwaters of the Boquet River, including wild streams, pristine ponds, and mature forest, has been permanently protected for the benefit of nature and people in a major land preservation milestone within the Adirondack Park’s ‘Blue Line.’
In partnership with The Nature Conservancy in Vermont, Burnt Mountain is now the largest forever-wild landscape to be protected in Vermont since Congress passed the New England Wilderness Act of 2006.
An innovative partnership with Plymouth-based MAP Academy is introducing local youth to wilderness in their own backyard.
What makes a pool a vernal pool? Get on your snowshoes and mud boots to explore these ephemeral springtime delights with Shelby Perry!
Accomplished photographer, scientist, and wilderness advocate, Brendan Wiltse, shares a tale from adventures in conservation in a wild (and as yet unprotected) corner of New York’s Adirondack Park.