The Sebago Clean Waters Partnership (SCW), along with several local partners, announced the permanent protection of 1,400 acres of forest in Sebago, ME. The land, now known as the Tiger Hill Community Forest, will provide space for outdoor recreation, support the local economy, and protect the water of Sebago Lake, which supplies water for more than one-sixth of Maine residents. 
The Conservation Finance Boot Camp returns to New Haven, CT for its 14th year, June 22-26, 2020.  Highstead and their partners at the Conservation Finance Network and the Center for Business and the Environment at Yale are excited to offer tuitio
A new study in the journal Nature Sustainability overturns long-held interpretations of the role humans played in shaping the American landscape before European colonization. The findings give new insight into the rationale and approaches for managing some of the most biodiverse landscapes in the eastern U.S. 
Highstead, an innovative and influential leader in conservation, is seeking an accomplished and collaborative communications professional to serve as their new Strategic Communications Director ( The Organization
The theme of the 10th annual Regional Conservation Partnership (RCP) Network Gathering focused on addressing climate change by using RCPs as cultivators of natural climate solutions.
                For advancing the science and practice of protecting New England’s natural resources
A New York Times Op-Ed written by W&W report authors David Foster, Director of Harvard Forest, and Br
Planning to attend the Land Trust Alliance Rally in Raleigh, North Carolina this year? There are several ways to connect with Wildlands and Woodlands while there. You can visit our exhibit table, attend a workshop, or join us for breakfast! Exhibit: Come find us at table 25 in the South Hallway of the Raleigh Convention Center.
Highstead seeks an accomplished change-agent to create a communications program to boldly propel its land conservation, science, and stewardship programs, and to inspire people to advance the Wildlands and Woodlands Initiative of conserving New England’s forests and farmlands.
  In a recently published perspective article in the scientific journal Frontiers in Forests and Global Change, scientists call for the protection of more wildland reserves.