We are excited to welcome Moose Mountains Regional Greenways’ (MMRG) newest staff member, Veronica Bodge, to the team as our new Land Agent! In this role, Veronica will lead the development of new land projects as well as direct the stewardship of all of our existing conservation easements […]
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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 […]
While MMRG updates our logo to its newest version, we want to extend our deepest thanks to Susann Foster-Brown, the talented local artist who generously provided our original logo. Susann first got involved with MMRG’s work while serving on the Board of the New Hampshire Farm Museum, […]
The Board of Moose Mountains Regional Greenways has happily approved work on five new land conservation easement projects to take place in Milton, Ossipee and Tuftonboro in 2022 and 2023. This is an exciting roster of projects for the organization which will conserve valuable natural resource areas and […]
Moose Mountains Regional Greenways was recently awarded a $60,000 grant from the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation. This was a highly competitive grant program awarding unrestricted operating funds to nonprofit organizations in the state. This grant will support MMRG in its current period of growth and expansion, greatly […]
After working with MMRG for nearly five years, our multi-talented Office Manager, Amy Gardner, has decided to move on to a new career path. As our administrator since 2017, Amy’s skill set and enthusiasm have helped to boost the capacity of our organization.
Moose Mountains Regional Greenways is thrilled to announce the permanent protection of the new Schlenker Conservation Area, located in Wakefield, NH.
The Schlenker Conservation Area was previously owned by the Garvin family, who were early settlers to […]
Woods, Water, and Wildlife Festival Attracted Hundreds with Family-Friendly, Nature Themed Activities
More than 300 people joined in on the festivities at our annual Woods, Water, and Wildlife Festival earlier this month, at the beautiful Branch Hill Farm in Milton Mills, NH. MMRG’s most popular event of the year, the Festival offered attendees a chance to […]
The Milton Conservation Commission (MCC) and Moose Mountains Regional Greenways (MMRG) invite all Milton residents, MMRG members and other interested members of the public to “Yours Forever: Casey Road Conservation Land.” It’s an opportunity for the community to celebrate together that this town-owned land has been permanently conserved and to […]
Join Moose Mountains Regional Greenways (MMRG) on September 25th, 9am-12pm, at Birch Ridge Community Forest in New Durham, NH for a very special event with expert ornithologist and best-selling author Scott Weidensaul. Scott will lead an exciting, unique bird watching opportunity to observe the migration patterns and behaviors […]
Woods, Water, and Wildlife Festival Returns for 2021, Offering Entertainment and Activities for the Entire Family
The highly-anticipated Woods, Water & Wildlife Festival returns this summer on Saturday, August 14th from 10am to 3pm at Branch Hill Farm in Milton Mills, NH. Hosted by Moose Mountains Regional Greenways (MMRG) and Branch Hill Farm, this day-long festival is a popular local favorite, and offers captivating […]
Moose Mountains Regional Greenways invited families to celebrate Father’s Day and the Summer Solstice on Sunday, June 20th, at their Leary Field and Forest property. Three dedicated MMRG volunteers, Kelly Eaves, Rachel Towne, and Lorrie Drake, […]
Moose Mountains Regional Greenways and Branch Hill Farm/Carl Siemon Family Charitable Trust recently held the annual Branch River Paddle on the scenic Branch River, in Milton Mills NH. Participants enjoyed a peaceful, 4-mile long paddle route during a beautiful spring day. While temperatures were hot, clouds overhead made […]