Please direct questions about MMRG’s Conservation Action Plan (CAP) to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 603-473-2020 and your question will be referred to the appropriate person. (Note: This supercedes the contact information given in the CAP, since organizational leadership has since changed.)
Click on a map title below to open one of these high resolution maps, showing significantly more detail than the same map imbedded in the Plan document. (Be patient; map files are 30-40 Mb each and may open slowly!)
HINT: Use ‘crtl +’ and ‘ctrl -‘ to zoom in and out incrementally, then scroll to region of interest on the map.
OR, zoom immediately to max or min magnification by moving cursor to within map area (cursor will resemble a magnifyng glass), then left click.
The conserved lands of Moose Mountains Regional Greenways located in the communities of Brookfield, Wakefield, Milton, Union, Farmington, New Durham, Middleton, Wolfeboro, Tuftonboro and Ossipee, New Hampshire rest on the traditional ancestral homelands of the Abenaki, Pennacook, Wabanaki and Pequawket Peoples past and present. We acknowledge and honor with gratitude the aki (land), nebi (water) and the alnobak (people), the original stewards of N’dakinna (homeland). We take this opportunity to humbly thank them and reflect on the history attached to these precious lands. For more information, please visit Indigenous NH.