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Honoring Annette Dykema’s Legacy

Every so often, we encounter a special wilderness champion whose passion for nature makes a very real difference in the lives of wild beings. Annette Dykema was just such a person. Annette passed away last December, but left a legacy that will last for generations to come.
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COVID-19 Update from the Executive Director

Northeast Wilderness Trust staff are working remotely to protect wild places, and are available by phone and email. Read a message from our Executive Director, Jon Leibowitz.
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Hiring for an Operations Manager

Northeast Wilderness Trust seeks a dynamic professional to serve as its full-time Operations Manager. This is an exceptional career opportunity for a highly motivated and skilled individual to join a growing team of wilderness advocates and play a central role in supporting our efforts to conserve forever-wild landscapes for nature and people.
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We’re Hiring!

Northeast Wilderness Trust seeks a Development Coordinator to be an integral member of our small team. The Coordinator will develop fundraising plans, create and execute strategies for garnering new support, and coordinate fundraising activities.
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Wilderness Podcast features NWT Stewardship Director

We’re thrilled to share the latest episode of the Wilderness Podcast: “Forever Wild” featuring Shelby Perry, Northeast Wilderness Trust’s Stewardship Director. Hosted by Adam Bronstein, the podcast is a passion project about wilderness and wild places, attempting to tell the story of wilderness both past and present.
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Welcoming Our New Team Members

Northeast Wilderness Trust is delighted to welcome two new staff on board: Sophi Veltrop and Sophie Ehrhardt. Aside from the occasional confusion of having two Sophi(e)s around, it’s been a seamless transition!

Sophi Veltrop is the new Outreach and …
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Forever Wild Circle Bandana Contest

We’re creating bandanas for our Forever Wild Circle sustainina members, and we want to feature your art! Submit your work by Oct. 30 and we’ll gift you a pack of wilderness greeting cards.
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55 Miles to a Wilder World

Shelby Perry, Northeast Wilderness Trust Stewardship Director, is embarking on a 55-mile walk in support of wilderness. Read her note about why below.

A few weeks ago I went to see Bill McKibben speak in …
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Boston-based craft furniture-maker, Saltwoods, and Northeast Wilderness Trust launch new partnership

It’s always exhilarating when we get contacted by an individual or business that supports our work and wants to take that partnership to the next level.  Recently, we were thrilled to get a call from Dan Crossman, Founder and Owner …
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Why Wilderness?

An Earth Day Reflection

Americans came together 49 years ago to celebrate the first Earth Day. We committed to making our planet a more livable place. We’ve cleaned up our water. We’ve reduced air pollution. We can drink and breathe …
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