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group of newt staff and adirondack council members at forever wild day 2024

Northeast Wilderness Trust Honored at Adirondack Council’s “Forever Wild Day”

Board members and staff gathered at Heaven Hill Farm in Lake Placid, NY on Saturday, July 13 to receive the Adirondack Council’s “Conservationist of the Year” award.

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Help Protect an Important Wildlife Linkage in New York

This unique, low-elevation habitat will only prove more valuable over time as resilient forever-wild landscapes adapt to climate change. Will you help Northeast Wilderness Trust continue its growing legacy of wilderness land protection in the Northeast? You can help by donating to this campaign to Save Little River.

Moriah Wilderness Preserve adds to wildlife connectivity

Northeast Wilderness Trust has established the Moriah Wilderness Preserve, protecting 1,775 acres in the West Champlain Hills of New York—a region considered one of the most biologically rich parts of the Adirondack Park.

Q&A with Janelle Jones, New York Land Steward

Northeast Wilderness Trust is delighted to welcome and introduce our New York Land Steward, Janelle Jones.

Celebrating and Continuing the Wildlands Partnership

The Wilderness Trust has opened up a new round of applications for land trusts to propose projects for Wildlands Partnership funding by June 15, 2023. We are excited to begin a new phase of collaborations to build upon this momentum.

Grand Lake Reserve becomes forever wild

Indian River Lakes Conservancy enrolled 1,072 acres in Northeast Wilderness Trust’s Wildlands Partnership, adding forever-wild protections to Grand Lake Reserve.

Key acreage acquired within Adirondack Park’s Five Ponds Wilderness

A key 1,050-acre tract in the midst of the Adirondack Park’s Five Ponds Wilderness has been saved from development and set on a path to rewild.

Bear Pond Forest Is Saved!

A key 1,050-acre tract in the midst of the Adirondack Park’s Five Ponds Wilderness has been saved from development and set on a path to rewild.

A photo of canopy and a mountanous horizon in Woodbury Mountain Wilderness Preserve at sunrise.

25,000 Wild Acres Protected by 2025…Complete!

Northeast Wilderness Trust is thrilled to announce that we have met our land protection acreage goal for 2025…three years early!

New Wilderness Preserve protects 1,400 acres next to Adirondack Park

Northeast Wilderness Trust purchased 1,400 acres in Russell, NY to establish Grasse River Wilderness Preserve, marking the most recent conservation success within the Algonquin-to-Adirondack wildlife corridor.