The Rewilding PhotoPoint at Binney Hill Wilderness Preserve shows a rewilding meadow. Once a log landing at the center of a large timber operation, this open space was completely bare when Northeast Wilderness Trust acquired the property in 2016. To gently encourage recolonization of this compacted earth, the Wilderness Trust held a tree planting day where staff and volunteers planted white pine and oak seedlings, and scattered wildflower seed. In the frame, the historic Wapack Trail can be seen to the right. As the years pass, this photo project will show the natural evolution of this meadow into a young forest.