The Milton Conservation Commission (MCC) and Moose Mountains Regional Greenways (MMRG) invite all Milton residents, MMRG members and other interested members of the public to “Yours Forever: Casey Road Conservation Land.” It’s an opportunity for the community to celebrate together that this town-owned land has been permanently conserved and to […]
Join Moose Mountains Regional Greenways (MMRG) on September 25th, 9am-12pm, at Birch Ridge Community Forest in New Durham, NH for a very special event with expert ornithologist and best-selling author Scott Weidensaul. Scott will lead an exciting, unique bird watching opportunity to observe the migration patterns and behaviors […]
Woods, Water, and Wildlife Festival Returns for 2021, Offering Entertainment and Activities for the Entire Family
The highly-anticipated Woods, Water & Wildlife Festival returns this summer on Saturday, August 14th from 10am to 3pm at Branch Hill Farm in Milton Mills, NH. Hosted by Moose Mountains Regional Greenways (MMRG) and Branch Hill Farm, this day-long festival is a popular local favorite, and offers captivating […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
**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 […]
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 MMRG and the Merrymeeting Lake Association for a Fungi Foraging and Identification Workshop on August 29th (SOLD OUT) or September 4th!
Our August 29th workshops have both SOLD OUT. Due to popular demand, we are happy to offer two additional workshops on September 4th.
Thanks to Kate Wilcox for this photo of a girl observing nature in a puddle.
Moose Mountains Regional Greenways (MMRG) and Branch Hill Farm (BHF) are teaming up to present a new self-guided outdoor activity program for families called the Woods, Water & Wildlife Explorers Club. With a Passport for families […]
Thanks to Kari Lygren and Jared Kane for these photos of previous grafting workshops and apples.
John Bunker’s presentation on ‘The History of Apples in New England’ has been cancelled. We are trying to re-schedule it. Please stay tuned for a new date […]
Thanks to Kari Lygren, Jared Kane and John Bunker for photos of an ancient apple tree, speaker John Bunker, and heritage apples.
MMRG and Branch Hill Farm/Carl Siemon Family Charitable Trust (BHF/CSFCT) will present orchardist, gardener and apple historian John Bunker for a presentation about […]
Thanks to Peter Goodwin for this photo of him in Peru, and to Kari Lygren for photos of kids at other MOOSE-ies for Families activities.
We are working to develop an alternate way for families to safely learn about maps. Stay tuned!
Thanks to David O’Connor, Kate Wilcox and Cyndi Paulin for photos of kids building birdhouses at MMRG’s annual Woods, Water & Wildlife Festival.
Register to find out how your familiy can safely participate in this activity on your own schedule, with instructions and materials provided […]