Speak out for wilderness!

“Let us preserve some of the simple things. Let us know that there is somewhere in our state a region not yet commercialized and citified, and to which people may repair who yearn for a restoration amid the vast silences …
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Tech to Care for the Wild

In the world of technology there is always a delicate balance between keeping up with rapidly-changing tech, and making good use of the tech that you have. This is especially true for the types of technology used for land stewardship, …
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Stewardship: Another Viewpoint

Watch the video for Tom Butler’s take on the etymology of the word stewardship, and his thought-provoking critique of the land conservation sector’s use of language. We agree that language is powerful and complicated, and we’ll continue to examine closely not …
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Rally in Providence

Several staff attended the National Land Trust Conservation Conference in Providence, Rhode Island in mid-September. Known as “Rally,” this event brings together land trust staff, volunteers, and board members from across the nation. With more than a hundred workshops and …
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Rally in New Orleans!

In mid-September, the Land Trust Alliance hosted Rally 2013: The National Land Conservation Conference in New Orleans, Louisiana. Northeast Wilderness Trust was excited to be able to send all three staff to this training and networking event. “As …
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Conservation Director Rose Graves

Conservation Director Attends Rally

NWT Conservation Director Rose Graves was one of 1,400 conservation leaders who attended Rally 2011: The National Land Conservation Conference in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, on October 13-16. Rose was excited to attend her first Rally …
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