Nature Needs You.
The Future Will Thank You.
And so will we. Conservation-minded members and volunteers help us carry on the legacy of preservation, so future generations can get to know and love the area just as much as we do. Please join us in protecting the Chiputneticook Lakes Region of Eastern Maine and Western New Brunswick today, tomorrow, and always.
Become a Member
Join the ranks of nature-lovers dedicated to the beauty of the region. With a minimum gift of $30, you’ll be a part of a growing, passionate community. As a 501(c)(3), memberships are tax-deductible.
Or, with an annual donation of $1,000, you can become part of the Chipuneticook Circle and help us protect and preserve this exceptional place.
Additional Ways To Give
We welcome unrestricted and directed cash gifts as well as non-cash gifts. We're grateful for appreciated assets, real estate, and conservation easements as well as endowment, capital, and planned gifts. Consult with your tax advisor for more information.Learn More
Become a Volunteer
We couldn’t do it without you. Volunteers are the lifeforce behind the Woodie Wheaton Land Trust. Our volunteer program matches seasonal and permanent residents to opportunities that feed their passions and line up with their strengths.
Volunteer Sign-up Form
Donor & Volunteer Stories
“This is what the work of the WWLT is about, protecting this area to assure that long after we're gone, others will still be able to find a place in this world where they can hear the silence of night broken by the lone call of a loon.”
“I felt it was my responsibility to get involved with the Trust to continue to steward and protect the pristine nature of the area in the same fashion that my ancestors had done, ensuring future generations the opportunity to enjoy the natural environment and make memories of their own.”
“I became involved with the Trust because I was impressed by the responsible preservation efforts they were undertaking to ensure that this beautiful chain of lakes would continue to provide meaningful experiences for visitors.”
“I grew up in Danforth and return annually to fish and hunt in the area. I support WWLT's efforts and know much more has to be done for the residents in the area to make the transition from the lumber industry to tourism. Keep up the great work.”