Conservation Projects & News

Historic Property Conserved in Milton

Thirty-seven acres of land between Governors and Hare Roads in Milton have been preserved in perpetuity through two contiguous conservation easements donated to the Town by landowners Jonathan and Anne Nute. The donation and permanent conservation of the property was made official on Tuesday evening, December 3 at the […]

Historic Property Conserved in Milton2020-05-13T19:47:30-04:00

MMRG Accepts First Easement of 203 Acres

On November 12, a roomful of enthusiastic supporters celebrated as Rodney and Judy Thompson of Farmington donated a conservation easement on their 203-acre property off the Meaderboro Road in Farmington and New Durham. This conservation agreement assures that the natural and historic resources of the land will be preserved […]

MMRG Accepts First Easement of 203 Acres2020-09-09T14:31:31-04:00

Union Meadows Conserved at Last!

“Union Meadows”, a new 122-acre Wildlife Management Area in Wakefield, has been conserved through the collaborative work of N.H. Fish and Game, Moose Mountains Regional Greenways, the Town of Wakefield Conservation Commission and the Society for the Protection of N.H. Forests.
N.H. Fish and Game acquired the property to protect […]

Union Meadows Conserved at Last!2020-05-13T19:47:30-04:00