WWLT Receives a Land Donation
WWLT has recently received the donation of two small parcels of land along the boat landing road in Forest City.
Additional "Headwaters Forest" Acreage
A 203-acre parcel of forest land was purchased in Amity, hosting
Additional Acreage Conserved on Spednic Lake
In late December, the land trust purchased a 17-acre parcel on Spednic Lake
Additional 421 Acres Conserved in The Headwaters
The Woodie Wheaton Land Trust is pleased to announce the purchase of a 421-acre forest tract in Amity, Maine. The parcel is located along Monument Brook, the international border with New Brunswick, Canada.
WWLT Receives Clean Trail Grant From ExtremeTerrain
The Woodie Wheaton Land Trust has received a $250 Clean Trail Grant from ExtremeTerrain Off-Road Outfitters.
Why We Rebranded WWLT
The goal of the rebranding was to prepare WWLT for its next chapter of growth by crafting a sophisticated look and feel that matched the legacy of the organization. This unique landscape is active, alive, and rare, and we wanted to communicate that with a dynamic new logo and website.
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.