Tag Archive for: People

Protected: A Simple Gift, A Lasting Legacy

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Forever-Wild Circle Feature: Brendan Wiltse

Hear from Brendan Wiltse, a water quality researcher and landscape photographer based in the Adirondacks, about why he supports wildlands conservation.

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Q&A with Eric Bailey, Wildlands Ecology Fellow

We’re delighted to welcome Eric Bailey into a year-long fellowship in our Wildlands Ecology program.

Q&A with Nadine Canter, Communications Director

We’re delighted to welcome Nadine Canter to the Wilderness Trust team in the newly established role of Communications Director.

2022 Walk for Wilderness

During the month of October, Shelby will walk 2 miles for donations towards the Walk for Wilderness of $50 or more! All proceeds benefit Woodbury Mountain Wilderness Preserve in Vermont.

Welcoming New Staff

Meet Becky, Caitlin, and Nathaniel, three new staff members we’ve welcomed to the fold in 2022.

Remembering Merloyd Ludington, NEWT Co-Founder

With sorrow and gratitude, Northeast Wilderness Trust honors the memory and legacy of Merloyd Ludington, a founding board member, who passed away in June.

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Forever-Wild Circle Feature: Corey Zimmerman

Hear from monthly donor Corey Zimmerman about why supporting wildlands is important to her.

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Business Alliance Spotlight: Saltwoods

Northeast Wilderness Trust has launched its Business Alliance. We’re proud to feature Saltwoods, a high-end furniture business in Boston that has partnered with NEWT since 2019.

Summer Internships

Northeast Wilderness Trust is hiring for two intern positions: the Rewilding Internship, based in southeast Massachusetts, and the Wildlands Ecology Internship, based in central Vermont.