Become a MOOSE-ie!

One way you can help preserve the special places we know and love is by joining our MOOSE-ie membership! For just $25 per year, become a MOOSE-ie and receive special news updates, educational content, and invitations to members-only events, including popular youth activities.

Join Today

We need your help now to conserve our region’s clean waters, working farms and forests, and rugged natural beauty. One way you can help preserve the special places we know and love is by joining our MOOSE-ie membership!  Our members are people like you who appreciate and care about our region’s quality of life and natural resources.

As a member of MMRG, you’ll receive:

  • Two newsletters and newsletter updates in the mail and on-line
  • Free admission to our annual Woods Water & Wildlife Festival
  • Emails about upcoming programs and events that are held through-out the year
  • Invitations to celebrate new conservation lands
  • Invitations to members only outdoor and social events

Becoming a member is easy:

Basic membership is $25 per household per year. We are also grateful for your extra charitable gift to keep us going strong! Donations are tax deductible as permitted by law.

Just complete the “Join Today” form at the top of the page, then click our ‘Donate’ button below to make your safe online membership donation.

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Thank you! We have a limited window of opportunity to conserve the treasured natural landscapes that we know and love. Once they’re gone, we can’t get them back. Your help means a lot!

“We are both crazy busy most of the time, but are really interested in the mission of Moose Mountains. You have done a wonderful job with the organization over the past year. I am really impressed.”

Cindy & Mark Paulin

“There is no more important mission than to conserve working forest lands and decrease forest fragmentation. To allow fair and equal access to these natural resources is to support the greater good.”

Sarah Douglas Leary Gracey

“Thank you for saving the land and putting in trails. Explore!”

Johanna Vienneau

“So grateful for all that you do!”

Brian Wyatt

“Keep up your amazing work! MMRG is making a huge impact in the preservation of our special region.”

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