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Announcing Our Merger with the Dan Hole Pond Watershed Trust

Dear Members and Friends,

Moose Mountains Regional Greenways has exciting news to share with its members as we embark on a busy 2021! It is with great excitement and anticipation that we share our intention to merge with the Dan Hole Pond Watershed Trust, […]

Announcing Our Merger with the Dan Hole Pond Watershed Trust2021-05-13T20:20:57-04:00

Get your paddles ready for 2021’s Branch River Paddle!

Moose Mountains Regional Greenways and Branch Hill Farm/Carl Siemon Family Charitable Trust are once again teaming up to offer canoe and kayak enthusiasts the opportunity to enjoy a paddle on the pristine Branch River in Milton Mills, NH. An annual favorite, this 4-mile paddle along the scenic and […]

Get your paddles ready for 2021’s Branch River Paddle!2021-05-05T18:24:26-04:00

New Wetland Exploration Workshops

Join Moose Mountains Regional Greenways for these upcoming events to get outside, enjoy Spring air, and learn more about critical wetland habitats that support diverse wildlife.

On Saturday, April 10th from 9:00am-11:00am, join us for a vernal pool walk! NH Coverts Project volunteer Tom Gardner will lead us on a guided walk of […]

New Wetland Exploration Workshops2021-03-29T15:40:54-04:00

Apple Pruning & Grafting Workshops at Branch Hill Farm

Do you have an old, overgrown apple tree on your property that you’d like to prune and encourage healthy growth, but aren’t sure how? Have you always wanted a certain type of apple tree, but haven’t been able to find it? Join Branch Hill Farm and […]

Apple Pruning & Grafting Workshops at Branch Hill Farm2021-03-18T23:59:16-04:00

MMRG Celebrates Conservation of 79 Acres in Milton

We are thrilled to announce the closing of our newest conservation success, the permanent protection of 79 acres of land in the town of Milton, NH! The Casey Road property boasts over 1.5 miles of trails winding through thick oak and pine forests, making the area an excellent […]

MMRG Celebrates Conservation of 79 Acres in Milton2020-11-30T23:55:18-05:00

Finding Beauty and Life in Unexpected Places

Have you ever stumbled across a clear-cut patch of forest on a hike, and wondered about its use? Did you know that these clear cut areas provide crucial habitat for our native wildlife species? Last week, MMRG teamed up with Branch Hill Farm to host a special forestry […]

Finding Beauty and Life in Unexpected Places2020-11-10T14:57:14-05:00

A Walk in the Woods: Preserving and Protecting Our Forests

Earlier this month, a small but enthusiastic group of forestry fans joined experienced forester Daniel Stepanauskas for a hike through the woods to learn about the delicate yet vital balance of healthy forests with sustainable human use and management. With over 40 years of experience under his belt […]

A Walk in the Woods: Preserving and Protecting Our Forests2020-10-16T14:21:43-04:00

Explore Forest Habitats with MMRG and Branch Hill Farm this Halloween!

**This event is SOLD OUT. Thank you for your interest!**

Join Moose Mountains Regional Greenways and Branch Hill Farm for a Forest Habitat Walk on October 31st, 10:00am-1:00pm, with Charlie Moreno (NH Licensed Professional Forester) and Mariko Yamasaki (Research Wildlife Biologist, USDA Forest Service). Together, we’ll explore […]

Explore Forest Habitats with MMRG and Branch Hill Farm this Halloween!2020-10-21T13:46:26-04:00

Join Our Upcoming Forestry Walk through Branch Hill Farm!

Join experienced forester Dan Stepanauskas, pictured here, and learn about woodland conservation!

Join MMRG for a free forestry walk through Branch Hill Farm in Wakefield, NH on Saturday, October 3rd from 10:00am-12:00pm, with licensed forester Daniel Stepanauskas.

After graduating from the University of New […]

Join Our Upcoming Forestry Walk through Branch Hill Farm!2020-09-23T02:04:16-04:00

Finding Fungi: MMRG Hosts Recent Mushroom Walk

On September 4th, a group of 15 beginning fungi enthusiasts joined Moose Mountains Regional Greenways and the Merrymeeting Lake Association for a weekend fungi foray in New Durham, NH. The walk was led by experienced mycologist and ardent conservationist, Dr. Rick Van de Poll. 

Dr. Van de Poll began […]

Finding Fungi: MMRG Hosts Recent Mushroom Walk2020-09-22T01:57:58-04:00