A Harvard Forest-Smithsonian study released on September 4th used a 9-state analysis to examine Northeastern forests from pre-colonial to modern day. The researchers—Jonathan R. Thompson, Dunbar N. Carpenter, Charles V. Cogbill, and David R.
According to a report  released in early September by the Trust for Public Land, every dollar Massachusetts spends on land conservation returns four dollars in goods and services for the state and its inhabitants.
According to a recent Boston Globe article, a “wilderness comeback is underway across New England, one that has happened so incrementally that it’s easy to miss.” New England’s distinction as America’s most forested region inspires W&W’s continuing efforts to sustain the forested and natural landscapes that in turn sustain us. “The forest recovery is especially breathtaking.