Places We Protect
Northeast Wilderness Trust protects and stewards over 27,000 acres of wilderness in Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, New York, and Connecticut. These natural areas permanently secure wildlife habitat and help counter climate change by storing carbon. In some cases the Trust’s protected properties also support scientific research, environmental education, and quiet recreation. Most importantly, these wild places have been conserved to simply be; in addition to their many benefits to human communities, they have their own intrinsic value. Conservation partners on protected properties include private individuals and families, schools and universities, foundations and research organizations, and other land trusts.
Northeast Wilderness Trust allows hunting with (with some restrictions) on many of the preserves that we own with permission. You can learn more about where and under what conditions hunting is allowed and request permission to hunt on one of our preserves here.
The Google map below shows lands protected by Northeast Wilderness Trust and some of our active projects. Green icons mark places where the Trust holds forever-wild easements; blue icons mark lands owned by Northeast Wilderness Trust; and red icons show current projects.