General

The Gift of Nature

This year, the winter solstice–the official start of winter and lengthening daylight–occurs on December 22. No matter what holiday we celebrate this time of year, the season can often feel more hectic than it should. Have you taken the time to reflect on the beauty and bounty of the earth this season? Have you taken a moment to consider helping the organizations that are working to protect wild nature? As the only land trust in the Northeast that conserves land as Forever Wild, the Northeast Wilderness Trust relies on end-of-year donations to do this important work. Since our founding in 2002, we’ve protected 18 properties, and all of those 8,000+ acres provide crucial wildlife habitat, sequester carbon, sustain biodiversity–and perpetuate beauty.

Please make a gift today. Your donation will help us move forward with land projects in Maine, New Hampshire, and New York and allow us to develop additional wildland protection initiatives across the region. We are always happy to earmark gifts for a specific place or project, so please include any such requests when making your gift. Thank you so much for your support!

Click here to read our fall 2011 letter from Board President Tom Butler.

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