Monthly Archives: November 2017

Give the Gift of Hope this Season!

By: Jon Leibowitz, Executive Director
November 15, 2017

A few weeks ago, I hiked an 11-mile stretch of unbroken forest in the Worcester Range of north-central Vermont. As I walked through this expanse of flowers, fungi, towering trees, and …
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Celebrating 15 Years of Conservation Success

November 13, 2017

Since 2002 the Northeast Wilderness Trust has been hard at work establishing and caring for wild places throughout the Northeast. This year as we celebrate 15 years of conservation work, we now protect nearly 25,000 acres of forever-wild …
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Hunting Season is Here

By: Shelby Perry, Conservation Assistant
November 6th, 2017

Hunting season has arrived, and several Northeast Wilderness Trust Preserves allow hunting of abundant or over abundant prey species, such as white tailed deer.  This type of hunting is allowed on NWT …
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In the Wake of a Windstorm

By: Shelby Perry, Conservation Assistant
November 2, 2017

The forests of the Northeast have been through a lot since western settlement. Clearing, burning, and grazing lie in the not-so-distant past of nearly every patch of woods in our region, …
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Outdoor Gear Exchange Chooses The Trust for Nickel Bag Program

Northeast Wilderness Trust is pleased to announce it has been chosen by Outdoor Gear Exchange, on Church Street in Burlington, VT, to receive proceeds from the Nickel Bag Program for the month of November. The Nickel Bag Program donates …
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