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Howdy Ira!

Over the last few months Ira Shadis has spent time each week volunteering with the Northeast Wilderness Trust. He is currently undertaking a term of service as an AmeriCorps member with The Vermont Housing & Conservation Board …
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Where Are They Now: Updates on the Binney Hill Preserve

Last October we completed a project in southern NH that conserved 488 acres of forest and wetlands.  The Binney Hill Preserve has now been in our care for just over 3 months and we are excited to share some early …
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2017 Alder Stream Access Permit and Binney Hill Hunting Permissions Now Available

2017 Alder Stream Access Permits are now available online here: http://newildernesstrust.wixsite.com/alderstreampreserve

2017 Binney Hill Hunting Permissions are now available online here: http://newildernesstrust.wixsite.com/binneyhillpreserve

Please contact Marisa Riggi- NWT’s Conservation Director with any questions or concerns (802-224-1000).

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POSTPONED Event: Tom Wessels on the Importance of Old Growth Forests

POSTPONED: Event Announcement- Seward Weber Lecture: The Importance of Old-growth Forests

Tom Wessels, faculty emeritus at Antioch University New England and author of a number of books, including Reading the Forested Landscape, will discuss the importance …
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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.  …
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Happy Solstice!

On this, the shortest day of the year in the Northern Hemisphere, I am giving thanks for all the people and organizations I know who bring light to the world. These individuals and efforts give me hope that the …
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Binney Hill Protected!

On October 21, 2016 Northeast Wilderness Trust purchased the Binney Hill property- 488 acres abutting Binney Pond Natural Area to the north and Ashburnham State Forest to the south.  The purchase of this property protects over a mile of the …
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Welcome Shelby!

Shelby Perry has joined Northeast Wilderness Trust’s staff as Conservation Assistant. Most recently, Shelby received her master’s degree from the University of Vermont’s field naturalist program. A Vermont native, she has also lived and worked in California, the Caribbean, and …
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Land Protected in the Foothills of the Greens

More than 640 acres of land in Lincoln and Bristol, Vermont have been permanently protected thanks to the vision of Lester and Monique Anderson, and a collaboration between Vermont Family Forests and Northeast Wilderness Trust.  As of March …
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Image Alder Stream, Maine

Alder Stream Access Permit Available Online

All of the land owned by Northeast Wilderness Trust is open to quiet recreation. Some parcels are also open to limited hunting, including our Alder Stream Preserve in central Maine. A permit is required for access to this preserve, and …
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