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Moose Mountains Regional Greenways Celebrates 34-Acre Simpson Conservation Easement in Ossipee and Tuftonboro

June 25th, 2024 Moose Mountains Regional Greenways (MMRG) celebrated today the permanent protection of the 34-acre Simpson Easement located in Ossipee and Tuftonboro. 

The Simpson Easement is in close proximity to more than 1,000 acres of existing conserved lands including the New […]

Moose Mountains Regional Greenways Celebrates 34-Acre Simpson Conservation Easement in Ossipee and Tuftonboro2024-06-26T11:20:18-04:00

Field Notes: Surveying Reptiles and Amphibians (Part 1)

By Hannah Ritchings.

I started my internship at Moose Mountains Regional Greenways in November of last year, keen on land conservation, environmental protection, and wildlife; especially reptiles and amphibians. With the help of Joshua Megyesy of New Hampshire Fish and Game, MMRG created a species inventory project for me […]

Field Notes: Surveying Reptiles and Amphibians (Part 1)2024-06-04T16:09:46-04:00

Announcing 22-Acre Expansion to the Great Meadow Preserve

Moose Mountains Regional Greenways (MMRG) and the Tuftonboro Conservation Commission, on behalf of the Town of Tuftonboro, are thrilled to jointly announce the addition of 22 acres of conserved land to the Great Meadow Preserve in Tuftonboro, NH. The expansion includes areas along Sodom Road that […]

Announcing 22-Acre Expansion to the Great Meadow Preserve2024-02-20T16:42:50-05:00

50-Acre Steer Conservation Easement Now Permanently Protected!

Moose Mountains Regional Greenways (MMRG) is thrilled to announce the permanent protection of the new Steer Conservation Easement, located in Milton Mills, NH. 

The Steer Conservation Easement, located along Applebee Road, places 50 acres of land under conservation easement. […]

50-Acre Steer Conservation Easement Now Permanently Protected!2024-01-05T13:00:42-05:00

Catch Up On Our Winter 2023 News!

You can read our Winter 2023 newsletter online now – this edition of the Greenways Gazette showcases our NEW 25/25 Vision, previews our upcoming land projects, and thanks our retiring Board Members. Click here to view the full newsletter.

From Executive Director Jill Eldredge: “As 2023 heads to a close, […]

Catch Up On Our Winter 2023 News!2024-02-13T14:18:40-05:00

MMRG Conserves 72-Acres in Milton Mills, NH!

 

A fringed polygala at the Keating Conservation Easement.

We are thrilled to announce the permanent protection of the new Keating Conservation Easement, located in Milton Mills, NH. 

The Keating Conservation Easement, located along Jug Hill Road, […]

MMRG Conserves 72-Acres in Milton Mills, NH!2023-08-16T21:18:54-04:00

Teneriffe Mountain Forest: The Power of Collaboration

This story originally appeared in the Winter 2022 edition of SELT Views, the newsletter of SELT. The Teneriffe Mountain Forest was officially conserved in March 2023. All photos are by Jerry Monkman, EcoPhotography. 

Conservation is never a one-person operation. Protecting a special place always demands a total team effort, be it […]

Teneriffe Mountain Forest: The Power of Collaboration2023-03-20T16:24:34-04:00

Teneriffe Mountain Forest Now Permanently Conserved!

(Cover photo by Jerry Monkman, EcoPhotography)

March 6, 2023, Milton, NH Moose Mountains Regional Greenways (MMRG) is thrilled to announce our newest land conservation success, the Teneriffe Mountain Forest in Milton, NH, in partnership with the Southeast Land Trust of NH (SELT) and with […]

Teneriffe Mountain Forest Now Permanently Conserved!2023-03-06T16:32:15-05:00

MMRG Awarded LCHIP Grant for Great Meadow Expansion Project in Tuftonboro

Moose Mountains Regional Greenways (MMRG) was recently awarded a $31,600 matching grant from the New Hampshire Land and Community Heritage Investment Program (LCHIP), which supports conservation and historic preservation projects across the state. This grant award is dedicated to the upcoming Great […]

MMRG Awarded LCHIP Grant for Great Meadow Expansion Project in Tuftonboro2022-12-21T12:13:08-05:00

Our Winter 2022 Newsletter is Here!

Our Winter 2022 newsletter is now online for viewing! Click here to view the full newsletter and learn about updates from the final half of the year, including new staff, upcoming events, and land project announcements! We have some exciting plans for 2023…

From Executive Director Jill Eldredge: “We […]

Our Winter 2022 Newsletter is Here!2022-12-14T13:41:12-05:00

Dedicated Volunteer Art Slocum Retires from MMRG Board Service

Art Slocum (left) smiles with fellow Board member Steve Panish (right) at the Woods, Water, and Wildlife Festival.

After many years of committed board service, it is with bittersweet feelings that we announce the retirement of Art Slocum from Moose […]

Dedicated Volunteer Art Slocum Retires from MMRG Board Service2022-11-11T14:15:06-05:00

Wild and Wonderful Woods Workshops

The forest is a living organism, made up of plants, animals, and microorganisms all coexisting together symbiotically. As the second most forested state in the country, New Hampshire is covered by nearly 5 million acres of forest, about 84% of our total land area. The woodlands that cover our […]

Wild and Wonderful Woods Workshops2022-10-12T12:56:27-04:00

2022 Annual Meeting: A Celebration of Our Community

Dr. John Aber speaking to our Annual Meeting crowd.

Moose Mountains Regional Greenways’ latest annual meeting occurred on September 11, 2022 at the beautiful Camp Sentinel in Tuftonboro, NH. This was a chance for friends and supporters to gather together in […]

2022 Annual Meeting: A Celebration of Our Community2022-10-12T10:55:34-04:00

Hundreds of Community Members Turn Out for Woods, Water, and Wildlife Festival, Enjoying Nature-Themed Activities and Games

Earlier this month, MMRG hosted its much anticipated annual Woods, Water, and Wildlife Festival at the scenic Branch Hill Farm in Milton Mills, NH. The Festival is an extremely popular local favorite, and this year was no exception, with nearly […]

Hundreds of Community Members Turn Out for Woods, Water, and Wildlife Festival, Enjoying Nature-Themed Activities and Games2022-08-31T10:34:49-04:00