Maine

Spring 2014 eNews

Read about new wilderness in Maine, the Susan Bon Preserve at Whittemore Hill, and more in our Spring 2014 eNews!

Alder Stream Preserve Grows to Over 6,800 Acres

We’re pleased to announce that the Alder Stream Preserve in Maine has increased by nearly 2,300 acres! In accordance with our mission, this land will be protected as forever wild, ensuring that it will provide habitat for wildlife …
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August eNews

Find our about a new land protection project in southwestern Maine, American Chestnut research on the Alder Stream Preserve, and a gift of 1700 acres of land in central Maine! Check out the August eNews here.

Summertime Giving

The sweet, short season of hiking, gardening, swimming, boating, and sunshine is here in the Northeast. As we appreciate the gifts of summer and enjoy wild places across the region, can you take a moment to read an update on …
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New Study Values Maine’s Natural Capital

A new study suggests that Maine’s natural areas are worth more than $14 billion per year, not counting revenue derived from the outdoors, such as tourism dollars. According to the research, the Wilderness Trust’s Alder Stream Preserve falls …
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March eNews

Did you receive our March eNewsletter?  In it, we announce a new land protection project in the Split Rock Wildway and more. Check it out here!

Slideshow of 2012 Projects

The Trust has many exciting land conservation projects in the works for 2012. Click here to view a slideshow of some of these beautiful wild places and the people who are helping us protect them!

Piscataquis Phase II

Piscataquis Preserve Phase 2

The Northeast Wilderness Trust continues to work towards conservation of 2,300 acres—over 3.5 square miles—of beautiful forests, wetlands, and streams in Atkinson, Maine. Once the details of the purchase are worked out with the sellers, and the final …
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Wild Success!

The Northeast Wilderness Trust has completed its $1.94 million campaign to secure the Piscataquis Preserve, and launched a Piscataquis phase 2 effort to add another 2200 acres to the Trust’s wilderness holdings in the Greater Alder Stream/Piscataquis River watershed.

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