Tag Archive for: Press Release

Northeast Wilderness Trust hosts first Learning Circle book group

Northeast Wilderness Trust is launching our first Learning Circle book group in January 2024.

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.

Rosalind & Fred Slavic Wilderness Preserve Created in New Hampshire

Surrounded on three sides by the Rhododendron State Park in Fitzwilliam, New Hampshire, this forever-wild Preserve was made possible by the generosity of the former landowners and fills an important gap in conserved land—for the benefit of people and nature.

Sweet Water Trust’s legacy lives on at Northeast Wilderness Trust

Sweet Water Trust’s legacy lives on, continuing to support wilderness conservation as the Sweet Water Fund at Northeast Wilderness Trust.

Wildlands in New England Report Released

The first-ever, comprehensive study of the region’s forever wild forests makes a case to accelerate their protection.

Mahoosuc Land Trust Creates Its First Forever-Wild Preserve

Mahoosuc Land Trust recently acquired 295 acres of land in Albany Township to create the organization’s first forever-wild property, on which NEWT holds a forever-wild conservation easement.

Land Trusts Can Enroll in Wildlands Carbon

Northeast Wilderness Trust, SIG Carbon, and the Inlandsis Fund have teamed up to create an exciting new forest carbon aggregation initiative. Land trusts across the northeastern United States are joining forces to protect wildlands and enroll in the voluntary carbon market.

Salisbury Association enrolls 682 acres in Wildlands Partnership

The Salisbury Association has safeguarded as forever-wild 682 acres through the Northeast Wilderness Trust’s Wildlands Partnership program.

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.

New Research Reveals Vast Landscapes in the Northeast Suitable for Cougars

New research published by Northeast Wilderness Trust, Panthera and other national and international partners reveals seven northeastern landscapes, collectively spanning nearly 45,000 square miles, each large enough and wild enough to potentially host healthy cougar populations.