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Five New Land Projects In 2022 and 2023

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 […]

Five New Land Projects In 2022 and 20232022-03-11T13:38:39-05:00

Schlenker Conservation Area in Wakefield, NH Now Permanently Protected

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 […]

Schlenker Conservation Area in Wakefield, NH Now Permanently Protected2021-09-24T13:03:47-04:00

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

Help Us Protect the Prentice Woods Preserve in Wakefield, NH!

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Moose Mountains Regional Greenways is thrilled to announce the acquisition of Prentice Woods Preserve in Wakefield, New Hampshire. Located next to Province Lake, this beautiful 15-acre property is comprised of two adjacent parcels of land that have been donated by the Bakey and […]

Help Us Protect the Prentice Woods Preserve in Wakefield, NH!2020-08-12T16:44:45-04:00

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

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

Update on Snow Family Conservation Area on Tumbledown Dick in Brookfield

Thanks to Kirsten Gehl, Emily Lord and N. Van Dyke for these photos of the Snow Family Conservation Area land.

The fundraising to conserve the 320+ acre Snow Family Conservation Area is a wonderful example of collaboration between private donors and public funding sources.  Gifts from almost 100 private donors, members […]

Update on Snow Family Conservation Area on Tumbledown Dick in Brookfield2019-07-16T01:42:12-04:00

Funding Secured for Proposed Birch Ridge Community Forest: 2,000 acres to be saved on Merrymeeting Lake in New Durham

Press release courtesy of Southeast Land Trust of New Hampshire. Thanks to Stefanie Thornton, Bonnie Dodge, Virginia Long and the Forest Society for these photos of Birch Ridge.

A holiday gift arrived early for those who love Birch Ridge and Merrymeeting Lake. The gift: news that the Partnership for Birch Ridge […]

Funding Secured for Proposed Birch Ridge Community Forest: 2,000 acres to be saved on Merrymeeting Lake in New Durham2018-12-28T00:59:14-05:00

MMRG awarded $65,000 from LCHIP for Snow Family Conservation Easement on Tumbledown Dick in Brookfield

Pictured from Left to Right at the 2018 LCHIP Award Ceremony: NH State Rep. Dr. William Marsh (Carrol County District 8); LCHIP Natural Resource Specialist, Paula Bellemore; Landowner Stephen Snow; LCHIP Executive Director, Dijit Taylor; MMRG Educational Outreach Coordinator, Kari Lygren; NH Governor Chris Sununu; MMRG Executive Director, Patti Connaughton-Burns; […]

MMRG awarded $65,000 from LCHIP for Snow Family Conservation Easement on Tumbledown Dick in Brookfield2020-05-13T19:47:24-04:00

WidowMaker Farm in New Durham is Now Conserved Forever!

Thanks to Kate Wilcox and Emily Lord for photos of past events at WidowMaker Farm.

A conservation easement now protects 117 acres at WidowMaker Farm, thanks to generous gifts from the New Hampshire Land and Community Heritage Investment Program (LCHIP), which awarded a $15,000 grant; the Town of New Durham, which […]

WidowMaker Farm in New Durham is Now Conserved Forever!2020-05-13T19:47:24-04:00

Visioning Session for Birch Ridge Community Forest

Thanks to Stephanie Thornton and Virginia Long for photos of views from Birch Ridge and of MMRG’s 2016 Visioning Session for conservation planning.

The Partnership for Birch Ridge Community Forest, consisting of Moose Mountains Regional Greenways (MMRG), Southeast Land Trust of New Hampshire (SELT), and Merrymeeting Lake Association (MMLA), invite all […]

Visioning Session for Birch Ridge Community Forest2020-05-13T19:47:24-04:00

September 22 Hawk Watch and Guided Walk on Birch Ridge, New Durham

Photos of previous hawk watches and of the Birch Ridge hawk watch site by Virginia Long.

On behalf of the newly formed Partnership for Birch Ridge, MMRG is conducting a Hawk Watch and Guided Hike at the future 2,000+ acre proposed Birch Ridge Community Forest in New Durham.  This event, which […]

September 22 Hawk Watch and Guided Walk on Birch Ridge, New Durham2020-05-13T19:47:24-04:00

Town of Milton to Conserve 79 Acres of Forest at Casey Road

Photos of Casey Road Conservation Land by Kelly Colby and Virginia Long.

The town of Milton voted to place a conservation easement on two abutting town-owned properties along Casey Road, now merged into a single 79-acre parcel. The land will be conserved forever to preserve its natural resource, educational, and recreation […]

Town of Milton to Conserve 79 Acres of Forest at Casey Road2020-05-13T19:47:24-04:00