New England Projects

Click one of the stars on the map below to read more about the state's featured projects. Or click the names of the color-coded Priority Areas in the key to learn more about GLARO's conservation focus. The blue dots represent one or more conservation projects on which DU has worked. Project information comes from annual state Conservation Reports, available in our Resource Library.

New England by the Numbers (as of 01/01/10)

  • Total acres conserved: 26,776
  • Technical assistance acres: 11,855
  • Amount spent on projects: $6,683,728

**Note: New England statistics are a combination of Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont.

You can find additional statistics on the following state fact sheets: Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island & Vermont.

Meet New England's Conservation Staff

Ray Whittemore

Ray Whittemore
Director of
Conservation Programs
rwhittemore@ducks.org

Craig Ferris

Craig Ferris
Regional Biologist
ferris@ducks.org