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Do you like it Wild?

Black bear cub. ©Susan C. Morse

Northeast Wilderness Trust is writing a new chapter for the wildest places in New England and the Adirondacks and we want you to be a part of the story.

In an era when wild nature is under threat from all directions, Northeast Wilderness Trust is a beacon of light. Working with private landowners and with the support of people like you, we are crafting a hopeful narrative for the wildlife and wild places of the Northeast.

In the last year, we preserved 2,630-acres of wilderness in Maine, Massachusetts, and Vermont. By 2021, we expect to safeguard an additional 16,000 acres from the Adirondacks to Maine’s Western Mountains. These forever-wild lands would increase Northeast Wilderness Trust’s tally to 43,000 protected acres across our mission area.

Will you help us shape this exciting future?

Monthly giving is the most effective way to support wildands and wildlife of the Northeast. Your monthly gift allows Northeast Wilderness Trust to focus its resources on the ground where our work matters most.

There’s never been a better time than this holiday season to join us as a monthly donor.

Between now and December 31st, sign up to be a monthly donor of $5 and above and receive an autographed copy of renowned conservationist John Davis’ recent book, Split Rock Wildway: Scouting the Adirondack Park’s Most Diverse Corridor—a detailed look at the local denizens in an area we have been working to protect for over 15 years.

Together, we will Keep It Wild. Thanks for your support!

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