News & Events
Meet Our Newest Director, Bill Hamilton
A lifelong resident of the area, Bill is a third-generation Master Maine Guide. His parents owned a set of sporting camps on Sysladobsis Lake in Lakeville, Maine. He grew up in the sporting life and knows the value of the special areas protected by the WWLT.
East Grand Highlands Trail: A Community Hiking Project
Chiputneticook, the Passamaquoddy name for our part of the St. Croix system, literally means “lakes among high hills.” It is an area of profound beauty and topographical interest. While much of the area’s natural beauty is accessible from the water, hiking trails can provide those on foot with an opportunity to experience some of this country.
Honoring the Chiputneticook Circle
The Woodie Wheaton Land Trust's Chiputneticook Circle recognizes the commitment of our most generous members. Individuals who make gifts of $1,000 or more during the course of a year are invited to join the Circle.
We're In The News!
Providing “beauty and that “hard-to-find solitude.” Check out Carey Kish’s article about the East Grand Highlands Trail in Danforth.
Giving Matters: Ways to Support Woodie Wheaton Land Trust
There are many different ways for you to help build the future at WWLT. When you make a gift to the Woodie Wheaton Land Trust, you have tremendous flexibility in determining how the funds will be used. Here are a few options for your consideration. Please consult with your tax advisor and contact us with any questions.
What is the Woodie Wheaton Land Trust?
The Woodie Wheaton Land Trust (WWLT) is a group of citizens—just like you!—who share a genuine affection for the Chiputneticook Lakes region. Our members are willing to do anything they can to protect the natural beauty and remaining wildness of the area.