Tag Archive for: Maine

Alder Stream Wilderness Preserve Grows by 200 Acres

Northeast Wilderness Trust’s Ambassador Preserve in Maine protects nearly 7,300 acres in the state’s largest freshwater wetland system.

Vital Section in Western Maine Conservation Corridor Conserved

Permanent conservation of the 21,300-acre Grafton Forest creates new wildlands, safeguards a treasured recreation haven, and promotes sustainable forest management.

Guardians of the Land

Visit Maine, Massachusetts, and more vicariously through the eyes of our stewardship team.

Wildlands Partnership Video

Explore Frenchman Bay Community Forest in Maine through our new video. The public forest was the first successful project of the Wildlands Partnership.

Two New Rewilding Photo Points

New Rewilding PhotoPoints at Alder Stream and Eagle Mountain allow visitors to engage in rewilding by documenting ecosystem changes over time.

Community Forest in Maine to Stay Forever Wild

The 1,400-acre Frenchman Bay Community Forest in Hancock, Maine is now conserved as wilderness through the Wildlands Partnership.

Three Special Birds at Lone Mountain

Volunteers Julia and Jonathan share their story of surveying boreal birds at Lone Mountain Wilderness Sanctuary in Maine for the Mountain Birdwatch project.

Grafton Forest a Haven for Birds

NEWT is working to protect 1,300+ acres that lie within America’s largest “Globally Important Bird Area”—and you can help save these nesting grounds for breeding migratory birds!

Explore New Trails in New York & Maine

Alder Stream & Eagle Mountain Wilderness Preserves have new trails. Join us to celebrate and explore!

Help Save 200 Acres in Maine!

If protected, the McCorrison Addition would add 200 wild acres to Alder Stream Wilderness Preserve in Maine. You can help save this land!