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MMRG’s 20th Anniversary Annual Meeting POSTPONED

Due the risk of corona virus and out of an abundance of concern and caution for our membership, MMRG has made the difficult decision to postpone our Annual Meeting. We are working with vendors to secure a new date and will communicate with our membership as soon as […]

MMRG’s 20th Anniversary Annual Meeting POSTPONED2020-05-13T19:47:19-04:00

MMRG Families Followed Coyote Tracks, Enjoyed Sledding

Thanks to volunteer Rachel Towne for this photo of kids having fun snowshoeing at our 2020 Family Snowhoe Tracking event!

The snow-covered fields and snowy woods of Branch Hill Farm made for a fun morning outside, enjoyed by a couple dozen parents, grandparents and kids […]

MMRG Families Followed Coyote Tracks, Enjoyed Sledding2020-05-13T19:47:19-04:00

Leary Field & Forest Now Conserved Forever!

Thanks to Debbie Leary, Amy Gardner, and Virginia Long for these photos of the Learys and the wildlife and people who enjoy their land.

Bob and Debbie Leary of Farmington have placed an additional 63 acres of the Leary Farm under conservation easement, expanding the […]

Leary Field & Forest Now Conserved Forever!2020-05-13T19:47:19-04:00

Susan Morse Presents “The Cougar Returns to the East”

Photographs © Susan C. Morse

MMRG will present renowned wildlife expert and photographer Susan Morse for a weekend of events that will delight all who are fascinated by North American native wildlife, especially the elusive cougar. On Friday, February 21, Morse will give a 75-minute […]

Susan Morse Presents “The Cougar Returns to the East”2020-05-13T19:47:20-04:00

Snowflake Workshop and Walk with Jennifer Jacobs

Thanks to Kari Lygren and V. Long for photos of engorged snowflakes and to Jennifer Jacobs for courtesy photos of herself with students.

On Saturday morning, March 28, Moose Mountains Regional Greenways and Branch Hill Farm/Carl Siemon Family Charitable Trust (BHF/CSFCT) will offer a fun […]

Snowflake Workshop and Walk with Jennifer Jacobs2020-05-13T19:47:20-04:00

325-acre Tree Farm on Tumbledown Dick now conserved!

Thanks to Patti Connaughton-Burns, Kirsten Gehl, Virginia Long, Kari Lygren and Emily Lord for these photos of Stephen Snow and his land.

Landowner Stephen Snow has conserved his 325-acre tree farm on Tumbledown Dick in Brookfield, NH. MMRG holds the conservation easement, which forever protects […]

325-acre Tree Farm on Tumbledown Dick now conserved!2020-05-13T19:47:20-04:00

MOOSE-ies for Families: Snowshoe Tracking

Thanks to Kari Lygren, Emily Lord and Amy Gardner for photos of our last Snowshoe Tracking activity.

Moose Mountains Regional Greenways (MMRG) and Branch Hill Farm/Carl Siemon Family Charitable Trust (BHF/CSFCT) will jointly offer a kids’ snowshoe walk and tracking activity. Snowshoe tracking is the […]

MOOSE-ies for Families: Snowshoe Tracking2020-05-13T19:47:20-04:00

‘Natural Decorations’ Event Engaged Families with Evergreens, Animals and Crafts

Thanks to Amy Gardner and Kari Lygren for these photos of our recent Natural Decorations activities.

Kids love to explore the outdoors, learn about animals, and put their creativity to work through natural craft projects. MMRG recently provided an opportunity for children and their families […]

‘Natural Decorations’ Event Engaged Families with Evergreens, Animals and Crafts2020-05-13T19:47:20-04:00

MOOSE-ies for Families: Natural Decorations

Thanks to Kari Lygren for this photo of child walking with MMRG volunteer at a MOOSE-ies for Families event.

At the upcoming Natural Decorations Walk, children and their families will take a guided walk in the woods and learn how to select the best trees […]

MOOSE-ies for Families: Natural Decorations2019-11-22T16:17:20-05:00

‘7 Town Mixer’ Focused on Town Forests & Community Forests

Photos of MMRG’s 2019 7 Town Mixer by V. Long.

MMRG’s 7th annual ‘Seven Town Mixer’ featured guest speakers Barbara Richter, Executive Director of NH Association of Conservation Commissions, and Charlie Bridges, Chair of the Birch Ridge Community Forest Steering […]

‘7 Town Mixer’ Focused on Town Forests & Community Forests2020-05-13T19:47:20-04:00

Jillian Eldredge is MMRG’s New Executive Director

Photo of new Executive Director Jill Eldredge and her husband John, taken while cross country skiing on Mendum’s Pond in Barrington, where they live.

MMRG is pleased to announce that Jillian Eldredge of Barrington, NH has been hired as the new Executive […]

Jillian Eldredge is MMRG’s New Executive Director2020-05-13T19:47:20-04:00

‘New Hampshire’s Forest Health and Red Pine Scale’

Courtesy photo of speaker Kyle Lombard teaching people about forest pests.

On Tuesday evening, December 3, MMRG and Branch Hill Farm/Carl Siemon Family Charitable Trust (BHF/CSFCT) will offer an educational workshop on forest health starting at 6:30 pm at the Greater Wakefield Resource Center […]

‘New Hampshire’s Forest Health and Red Pine Scale’2020-05-13T19:47:20-04:00

MMRG’s Family Activities Focus on Nature

Thanks to Amy Gardner for these photos of our Bonfire Evening!

We offer a series of six family activities per year, called ‘MOOSE-ies for Families,’ for children and their families to have fun together outdoors while learning about the natural world. In October, a Family […]

MMRG’s Family Activities Focus on Nature2020-05-13T19:47:20-04:00

7th Annual ‘Seven Town Mixer’ Focuses on Town Forests and Community Forests

Courtesy photos of presenters Barbara Richter and Charlie Bridges.

MMRG will hold its 7th annual ‘Seven Town Mixer’ on Thursday, November 7 from 5:30 to 8:30 pm at New Durham Elementary School, 7 Old Bay Rd, New Durham, NH. Guest presenters Barbara Richter, Executive Director […]

7th Annual ‘Seven Town Mixer’ Focuses on Town Forests and Community Forests2020-05-13T19:47:20-04:00

Family Bonfire Evening on October 25

Thanks to Kari Lygren and Amy Gardner for photos of last year’s Bonfire Evening.

As part of our ‘MOOSE-ies for Families’ series, MMRG will offer a Family Bonfire Evening of nature-related children’s games and other fun activities next to a roaring bonfire on Friday, October […]

Family Bonfire Evening on October 252020-05-13T19:47:20-04:00