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.
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.
The new Bramhall Wilderness Preserve has been getting some attention across Vermont! Check out the coverage in Valley News, Mountain Times, and VTDigger.
Northeast Wilderness Trust purchased 359 acres from Paedra Bramhall last week, creating the first privately protected, forever-wild preserve in the Chateauguay No-Town Conservation Area.
Every so often, we encounter a special wilderness champion whose passion for nature makes a very real difference in the lives of wild beings. Annette Dykema was just such a person. Annette passed away last December, but left a legacy that will last for generations to come.
Read about wilderness wins over the past year for each state in the Northeast, from New York over to Maine and down through Connecticut.
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.
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.