Split Rock Wildway

John Davis joins NWT Board of Directors

John Davis has joined the Northeast Wilderness Trust’s Board of Directors.  John co-founded the North American Wilderness Recovery Strategy over two decades ago, which became the Wildlands Project and is now known as Wildlands Network.  John served …
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Puzzle Piece Added to Split Rock Wildway

In spring 2014, Executive Director Daryl Burtnett attended an auction of foreclosed properties in Essex, NY, with a goal to purchase a 2.8-acre parcel on Brookfield Road—an abutting ‘cut-out’ corner adjacent to our Boquet Flats preserve. Purchasing this land would …
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Spring 2014 eNews

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

Events in Split Rock Wildway region

Check out this interview with Connor Stedman on North Country Public Radio.

On Friday, March 7, Connor Stedman gave a wonderful talk on “Bird Language Through the Seasons,” and a half-day field class was offered on Saturday as …
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Wild & Connected Series: Bird Language

Our Wild & Connected Series in the Essex, NY area continues with three events on the topic of bird language—the communication network of the forest. A presentation by Connor Stedman on Friday, May 3 at the Whallonsburgh Grange …
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Land Conserved in Split Rock Wildway

One of our partners in the Split Rock Wildway effort, Champlain Area Trails (CATS), completed an important conservation deal in early March 2013. As a result, an additional 99 acres within the Split Rock Wildway are now protected.

“In …
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Next Wild & Connected Event: Boquet River

Come explore the ever-changing landscape along the Boquet River in New York’s Champlain Valley! Ecologist and botanist Elizabeth Thompson will lead us through these riparian natural communities and help us discover their role in providing connected habitat for plants and …
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Wild & Connected Series Continues

In late January, Susan Morse gave a dynamic talk on bobcats with more than 75 people in attendance. A local guide and sportsman who attended the event in Whallonsburg, NY wrote an …
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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!

Wild and Connected Series in New York

On December 10, expert naturalist Alcott Smith led 18 people on an all-day field foray into a wild area in the Split Rock Wildway in eastern New York. The group walked on the …
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