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2022 Annual Meeting: A Celebration of Our Community

Dr. John Aber speaking to our Annual Meeting crowd.

Moose Mountains Regional Greenways’ latest annual meeting occurred on September 11, 2022 at the beautiful Camp Sentinel in Tuftonboro, NH. This was a chance for friends and supporters to gather together in […]

2022 Annual Meeting: A Celebration of Our Community2022-10-12T10:55:34-04:00

Hundreds of Community Members Turn Out for Woods, Water, and Wildlife Festival, Enjoying Nature-Themed Activities and Games

Earlier this month, MMRG hosted its much anticipated annual Woods, Water, and Wildlife Festival at the scenic Branch Hill Farm in Milton Mills, NH. The Festival is an extremely popular local favorite, and this year was no exception, with nearly […]

Hundreds of Community Members Turn Out for Woods, Water, and Wildlife Festival, Enjoying Nature-Themed Activities and Games2022-08-31T10:34:49-04:00

Bobolinks Return to NH for Summer Nesting, Delighting Birdwatchers

Moose Mountains Regional Greenways invited birdwatchers to join a Birding for Bobolinks event on June 14th, at Leary Field and Forest in Farmington, NH. MMRG’s Land Agent, Veronica Bodge, led an enthusiastic group armed with binoculars on a short trek to the top of Leary Field to search […]

Bobolinks Return to NH for Summer Nesting, Delighting Birdwatchers2022-06-29T14:37:35-04:00

Woods, Water, and Wildlife Festival Attracted Hundreds with Family-Friendly, Nature Themed Activities

More than 300 people joined in on the festivities at our annual Woods, Water, and Wildlife Festival earlier this month, at the beautiful Branch Hill Farm in Milton Mills, NH.  MMRG’s most popular event of the year, the Festival offered attendees a chance to […]

Woods, Water, and Wildlife Festival Attracted Hundreds with Family-Friendly, Nature Themed Activities2021-08-30T13:37:33-04:00

Celebrating Father’s Day with Solstice-Themed Nature Walk and Activities

Moose Mountains Regional Greenways invited families to celebrate Father’s Day and the Summer Solstice on Sunday, June 20th, at their Leary Field and Forest property. Three dedicated MMRG volunteers, Kelly Eaves, Rachel Towne, and Lorrie Drake, […]

Celebrating Father’s Day with Solstice-Themed Nature Walk and Activities2021-07-16T15:14:38-04:00

Paddlers Enjoy Peaceful Trip Down Branch River

Moose Mountains Regional Greenways and Branch Hill Farm/Carl Siemon Family Charitable Trust recently held the annual Branch River Paddle on the scenic Branch River, in Milton Mills NH. Participants enjoyed a peaceful, 4-mile long paddle route during a beautiful spring day. While temperatures were hot, clouds overhead made […]

Paddlers Enjoy Peaceful Trip Down Branch River2021-06-20T23:19:44-04:00

Finding Beauty and Life in Unexpected Places

Have you ever stumbled across a clear-cut patch of forest on a hike, and wondered about its use? Did you know that these clear cut areas provide crucial habitat for our native wildlife species? Last week, MMRG teamed up with Branch Hill Farm to host a special forestry […]

Finding Beauty and Life in Unexpected Places2020-11-10T14:57:14-05:00

A Walk in the Woods: Preserving and Protecting Our Forests

Earlier this month, a small but enthusiastic group of forestry fans joined experienced forester Daniel Stepanauskas for a hike through the woods to learn about the delicate yet vital balance of healthy forests with sustainable human use and management. With over 40 years of experience under his belt […]

A Walk in the Woods: Preserving and Protecting Our Forests2020-10-16T14:21:43-04:00

Finding Fungi: MMRG Hosts Recent Mushroom Walk

On September 4th, a group of 15 beginning fungi enthusiasts joined Moose Mountains Regional Greenways and the Merrymeeting Lake Association for a weekend fungi foray in New Durham, NH. The walk was led by experienced mycologist and ardent conservationist, Dr. Rick Van de Poll. 

Dr. Van de Poll began […]

Finding Fungi: MMRG Hosts Recent Mushroom Walk2020-09-22T01:57:58-04:00

MMRG Communities Celebrated Earth Day with Roadside Cleanup

Thanks to all the participants who submitted photos! Click here to download a pdf version of our photomontage, created by Kari Lygren.

MMRG celebrated the 50th anniversary of Earth Day with a community cleanup. It was different from our typical events, […]

MMRG Communities Celebrated Earth Day with Roadside Cleanup2020-05-13T19:47:19-04:00

Birdhouse Building: At-home Activity for Families

Amy Gardner’s kids work together on their birdhouse.

A Birdhouse Building event for kids and their families, scheduled for March 21 in Milton Mills, turned into a take-home activity for seven enthusiastic families. The event was part of our ‘MOOSE-ies for Families’ program, intended to […]

Birdhouse Building: At-home Activity for Families2020-05-13T19:47:19-04:00

Susan Morse Captivates Audience at Slide Show and Tracking Workshops

Thanks to Kate Wilcox for these photos of the Tracking Workshops.

Wildlife biologist and conservationist Susan Morse captivated an audience of two hundred with her photos and tales of cougars and other large North American carnivores on a recent Friday evening at Kingswood Performing Arts […]

Susan Morse Captivates Audience at Slide Show and Tracking Workshops2020-05-13T19:47:19-04:00

MMRG Families Followed Coyote Tracks, Enjoyed Sledding

Thanks to volunteer Rachel Towne for this photo of kids having fun snowshoeing at our 2020 Family Snowhoe Tracking event!

The snow-covered fields and snowy woods of Branch Hill Farm made for a fun morning outside, enjoyed by a couple dozen parents, grandparents and kids […]

MMRG Families Followed Coyote Tracks, Enjoyed Sledding2020-05-13T19:47:19-04:00