Tag Archive for: Rewilding

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.

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!

Celebrate 20 Years of NEWT with These 20 Essential Readings

In celebration of NEWT’s 20th Anniversary, we have curated for you a roadmap of 20 recent books, articles, and studies on all things wild.

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.

Happy World Rewilding Day!

This year’s World Rewilding Day theme is “animate the carbon cycle.” Discover emerging science on how wild animals are crucial to Earth’s ability to soak up carbon.

The Wildlife of Grasse River

The Wilderness Trust has the opportunity to rewild 1,400 acres in the Grasse River watershed just west of the Adirondack Park. Join us to save this land!

Help Create a New Sanctuary in Vermont

The campaign for Blue Mountain Wilderness Sanctuary would create a 800-acre safe haven for wildlife in eastern Vermont.

New Land Protection Initiative in New York

The Wilderness Trust has the opportunity to rewild 1,400 acres in the Grasse River watershed just west of the Adirondack Park. Join us to save this land!

500 Acres Added to Woodbury Mountain

Woodbury Mountain has grown by 500 acres with the Eagle Ledge Addition in Elmore, VT.

Wild Forests Vermont & the Current Use Program

Wild Forests Vermont is a coalition working towards the inclusion of passively managed land in the state’s “Current Use” property tax program.