We are excited to welcome Moose Mountains Regional Greenways’ (MMRG) newest staff member, Veronica Bodge, to the team as our new Land Agent! In this role, Veronica will lead the development of new land projects as well as direct the stewardship of all of our existing conservation easements […]
It’s with a lot of excitement (and some bittersweet feelings) that the Board and Staff of Moose Mountains Regional Greenways introduces its new logo, which we are formally launching today! Our new visual identity is fitting to an organization which is experiencing an exciting period of growth and we feel it reflects […]
While MMRG updates our logo to its newest version, we want to extend our deepest thanks to Susann Foster-Brown, the talented local artist who generously provided our original logo. Susann first got involved with MMRG’s work while serving on the Board of the New Hampshire Farm Museum, […]
Moose Mountains Regional Greenways was recently awarded a $60,000 grant from the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation. This was a highly competitive grant program awarding unrestricted operating funds to nonprofit organizations in the state. This grant will support MMRG in its current period of growth and expansion, greatly […]
After working with MMRG for nearly five years, our multi-talented Office Manager, Amy Gardner, has decided to move on to a new career path. As our administrator since 2017, Amy’s skill set and enthusiasm have helped to boost the capacity of our organization.
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, […]
After working with MMRG for over a decade, Education and Outreach Coordinator Kari Lygren will be retiring at the end of this month. Kari coordinates and leads many of our events and engages with MOOSE-ie members and families. She has also served on the Special Events and Education […]
MMRG would like to acknowledge and celebrate the retirement of its Founder and Board Member, Cynthia Wyatt! Cynthia’s vision and leadership over 20 years have been instrumental in building MMRG into the organization that it is today. Her dedication to her family legacy and a spirit of conservation […]
This retrospective was originally published in the Summer 2020 edition of our newsletter, the Greenway Gazette.
by Cynthia Siemon Wyatt, MMRG Board Member from 2000 to March 2020
Dear Friends and Members of MMRG,
Photo of new Executive Director Jill Eldredge and her husband John, taken while cross country skiing on Mendum’s Pond in Barrington, where they live.
MMRG is pleased to announce that Jillian Eldredge of Barrington, NH has been hired as the new Executive […]
MMRG and Branch Hill Farm are gearing up for the16th Annual Woods, Water & Wildlife (WWW) Festival to be held on Saturday, August 11 at Branch Hill Farm in Milton Mills. The Festival is a favorite of many families with young children and kids of all ages, who have fun […]
LCHIP Award Gives Funding Boost to New Durham Conservation Project; MMRG Event Showcases the Land and its Values
Photo credits: Kate Wilcox, Perry Smith, Emily Lord, and Victor Piekarski and Gloria Switalski.
MMRG has received a 2016 New Hampshire Land & Community Heritage Investment Program (LCHIP) grant award to conserve 115 acres at WidowMaker Farm in New Durham via a donated conservation easement. The grant will partially fund the […]
Festival photos by David O’Connor and Kate Wilcox.
We are seeking volunteers to help at this year’s Woods, Water & Wildlife Festival on Saturday, August 12, from 10 am to 3 pm at Branch Hill Farm in Milton Mills. More than 600 attendees are anticipated so lots of helpers are needed […]
Union, June 19, 2015–Moose Mountains Regional Greenways (MMRG) is seeking its first full-time Executive Director and the Board of Directors is launching a national search. Virginia Long, who has served the organization as Executive Director on a part-time basis for the past five years, has decided to take on […]