It’s with a lot of excitement (and some bittersweet feelings) that the Board and Staff of Moose Mountains Regional Greenways introduces its new logo, which we are formally launching today! Our new visual identity is fitting to an organization which is experiencing an exciting period of growth and we feel it reflects both where we have come from and where we hope to go.

Our deepest thanks to Susann Foster-Brown, the ever-generous and well-known friend and local artist who donated our original logo. Her design served our organization for over twenty years, becoming an integral part of MMRG’s identity. Read more about Susann and our original logo through this story.

It’s also important that we recognize the many people who put in countless hours of work and deliberation in designing our new logo. A dedicated committee of volunteers met over several months to vet and discuss varying images, finally to land on our new visual identity. Our heartfelt thanks for their service, as well as to our Board who recognized their efforts and the organization’s need in adopting this new logo. Finally, many thanks to our communications consultant and designer, Meag Poirier of Wild Roots Branding,  who patiently helped us find our way!

MMRG is excited to adopt its new look and feel while also continuing to embrace and welcome its new member towns of Ossipee and Tuftonboro. Together as a nine-town region, we will continue on in the same great tradition of local lands conservation and community education we have championed for over twenty years. 

Don’t miss our other exciting news– MMRG has a full roster of 2022 events and is announcing the approval of several land projects in Milton and Ossipee!

Yours in Conservation,

Jill Eldredge, Executive Director