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The New York Times

Let’s Fill Our Cities With, Taller Wooden Buildings

Oct. 3, 2019

Trees are some of our best allies in solving the climate crisis. By Frank Lowenstein, Brian Donahue and David Foster Mr. Lowenstein is the chief conservation officer of the New England Forestry…

Boston Globe

New rule shifts development in Maine’s prized North Woods

Sep. 21, 2019

OVER THE NORTH WOODS OF MAINE — From high above, the vast expanse of spruce, fir, birch, and maples covering nearly half of Maine seems endless, a rolling carpet of varying shades of green that…

Press Release

Bill Hull Receives New England Leopold Conservation Award

Sep. 18, 2019

WEST SPRINGFIELD, Mass. – Bill Hull of Pomfret Center, Connecticut is the recipient of the first annual New England Leopold Conservation Award®. The prestigious award, given in honor of renowned…

Portland Press Herald

Maine Voices: Saving threatened wildlife should involve private landowners

Sep. 9, 2019

The best way to protect endangered species is to work with owners of the land on which they live. BY AMOS ENO

The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation

NFWF Announces $1.8 Million in Grants to Protect and Restore Fish and Wildlife Habitat Throughout New England

Aug. 19, 2019

The Providence Journal

Matunuck oyster farmer and restaurateur is environmental award finalist

Aug. 19, 2019

Matunuck Oyster Farm’s Perry Raso is one of five finalists for the first annual New England Leopold Conservation Award, for business owners who inspire others with their dedication to ethical…

Press Release

Finalists Selected for New England Leopold Conservation Award

Aug. 14, 2019

Five finalists have been selected for the first annual New England Leopold Conservation Award. This marks the first year the award will be presented in New England. Sand County Foundation, New…

The Loconia Daily Sun

Squam Lake: You have to know where to look

Jul. 5, 2019

HOLDERNESS — Squam Lake’s 62 miles of shoreline lacks commercial development and is mostly in private hands. All but two of its 33 islands are privately owned. And it has only one free public…

The Berkshire Eagle

Conservation Award coming to New England

May. 22, 2019

The Leopold Conservation Award, which recognizes landowners who inspire others with their dedication to ethical land, water and wildlife habitat management on agricultural land, is coming to New…

Press Release

Leopold Conservation Award Comes to New England

May. 8, 2019

A prestigious award program that celebrates voluntary conservation by farmers and forestland owners is coming to New England. The Leopold Conservation Award® recognizes landowners who inspire…

The Norwich Bulletin

Exploring The Last Green Valley: Land trusts are crucial to conservation

Apr. 19, 2019

USA Today

Illegal tuna catch costs fisherman $16,000

Feb. 23, 2019

A fisherman who caught a 400-pound bluefin tuna out of season and dumped its headless carcass in the woods paid a steep price for his misdeeds. On the day his trial was about to begin, Harold…