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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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In the News: Muddy Pond & Binney Hill

This winter, two Northeast Wilderness Trust Preserves were featured in local news. A big thank you to the Monadnock Ledger-Transcript and Wicked Local Kingston for highlighting these special places and the wilderness message!
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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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2019 In Review

Read about wilderness wins over the past year for each state in the Northeast, from New York over to Maine and down through Connecticut.
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New Bandannas for Monthly Donors!

The Forever-Wild Circle of sustaining donors provide Northeast Wilderness Trust with reliable support. The steady regularity of monthly gifts creates a base that the Wilderness Trust can count on. Not only does this allow us to focus more on what …
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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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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 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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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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