Press Release

Wilderness Preserve Expands in New Ipswich

New Ipswich, NH – The Northeast Wilderness Trust bought 47 acres of forest and wetlands from Shirley Sawtelle, safeguarding the last remaining unprotected shoreline of Binney Pond and a section of the Wapack Trail. The Wilderness Trust will manage this land as a forever-wild addition to its Binney Hill Wilderness Preserve, which it purchased in 2016.
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Wilderness Rebounds in the Heart of Kingston

Kingston, MA – In the center of the suburbs, Muddy Pond Wilderness Preserve is offering a wild refuge for nature, wildlife, and people. The Northeast Wilderness Trust established the Preserve in 2018, and has been working to re-wild the land and connect students and residents with wilderness.
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One Step Closer to Saving Bridgewater Hollow

We are so grateful to have received a $35,000 grant from the Appalachian Trail Conservancy towards the protection of the Bridgewater Hollow Bramhall Preserve. This property would be the first wilderness preserve in the Chateauguay No-Town area, which includes …
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Soaring above the rest:

Northeast Wilderness Trust closes on landmark wilderness project in New York’s Champlain Valley

Contacts:
Jon Leibowitz, Northeast Wilderness Trust: (802) 829-8199
Mike Carr, Adirondack Land Trust: (518) 837-7569
Eileen Larrabee, Open Space Institute: (518) 427-1564

CHESTERFIELD, NY – A vast expanse of …
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