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Dedicated Volunteer Art Slocum Retires from MMRG Board Service

Art Slocum (left) smiles with fellow Board member Steve Panish (right) at the Woods, Water, and Wildlife Festival.

After many years of committed board service, it is with bittersweet feelings that we announce the retirement of Art Slocum from Moose […]

Dedicated Volunteer Art Slocum Retires from MMRG Board Service2022-11-11T14:15:06-05:00

Wild and Wonderful Woods Workshops

The forest is a living organism, made up of plants, animals, and microorganisms all coexisting together symbiotically. As the second most forested state in the country, New Hampshire is covered by nearly 5 million acres of forest, about 84% of our total land area. The woodlands that cover our […]

Wild and Wonderful Woods Workshops2022-10-12T12:56:27-04:00

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

Welcoming Office Manager Astrid Wielens to MMRG

Please join us in welcoming our newest staff member, Astrid Wielens, to Moose Mountains Regional Greenways (MMRG) as our Office Manager! We are excited to work with Astrid as she spearheads our administrative work to build our capacity and improve existing systems.

Executive Director Jill Eldredge said, […]

Welcoming Office Manager Astrid Wielens to MMRG2022-08-24T13:58:21-04:00

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

Birding for Bobolinks, A Unique Songbird

Join MMRG’s Birding for Bobolinks, coming on June 14th, 2022, 7:00-9:00am at Leary Field and Forest (451 Hornetown Road, Farmington, NH). Our Land Agent, Veronica Bodge, will lead the group as we scan the field looking for these unique, striking birds. Veronica has completed research on […]

Birding for Bobolinks, A Unique Songbird2022-06-08T14:50:17-04:00

MMRG Welcomes Land Agent Veronica Bodge to Our Team!

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 […]

MMRG Welcomes Land Agent Veronica Bodge to Our Team!2022-05-10T13:48:19-04:00

Five New Land Projects In 2022 and 2023

The Board of Moose Mountains Regional Greenways has happily approved work on five new land conservation easement projects to take place in Milton, Ossipee and Tuftonboro in 2022 and 2023. This is an exciting roster of projects for the organization which will conserve valuable natural resource areas and […]

Five New Land Projects In 2022 and 20232022-03-11T13:38:39-05:00

MMRG Awarded New Hampshire Charitable Foundation Grant to Support Land Conservation

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 […]

MMRG Awarded New Hampshire Charitable Foundation Grant to Support Land Conservation2022-01-12T17:26:49-05:00

Thanks for all your work, Amy, and best wishes!

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.

Thanks for all your work, Amy, and best wishes!2021-12-14T13:01:27-05:00