We offer a wide-variety of educational and practical resources. Below you will find maps, studies, resources by state, and Follow the Forest outreach materials that partners are encouraged to use to advance our shared message.


Presenting Follow the Forest (Story Map)

Follow the Forest General Fact Sheet (2022)

Follow the Forest one-pager 2019

Follow the Forest Pamphlet (for distribution at events)

FTF Handout (for distribution at events)

Follow the Forest Reading List

Amphibian Crossing Data Form (for volunteers)

A Wildlife Corridor: Studies on Climate Resilience, Habitat Connectivity , Wildlife Dynamics, and Ecosystems of the Northeastern Unites States

Corridors Best Facilitate Functional Connectivity Across a Protected Area Network Stewart, F.E.C., Darlington, S., Volpe, J.P. et al. Sci Rep 9, 10852 (2019).

Wildlife Dynamics in the Changing New England Landscape Foster, Forests in Time (2006)

Assessing Wildlife Presence and Cross-Road Movement in Road Corridors in Relationship to Use of Culverts and Bridges for Under-Road Movement (Report by Paul Marangelo TNC. Addendum to the Phase 1 results “Reducing Wildlife Mortality on Roads in Vermont: Documenting Wildlife Movement near Bridges and Culverts to Improve Related Conservation Investments. Sept 2016”)

Estimating Climate Resilience for Conservation across Geophysical Settings Mark G. Anderson, Melissa Clark, Arlene Olivero Sheldon. Conservation Biology published by Wiley Periodicals, Inc., on behalf of the Society for Conservation Biology (2014)

The Nature Conservancy’s Guide to Terrestrial and Freshwater Habitats of the Northeastern United States

A Review of Ecological Connectivity Science: An Assessment of the Science and Projects Describing the Ecologically
Connected Landscape of the Northeast Region of North America

Conservation Status of Fish, Wildlife, and Natural Habitats in the Northeast Landscape

Resilient Sites for Terrestrial Conservation in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic Region

TNC’s Resilience Fact Sheet

Forests and Water

Forests, Water and People: Drinking water supply and forest lands in the Northeast and Midwest United States – USDA (2009)

How Forest Impact Water Quality and Quantity


Berkshire Wildlife Linkage Final Report