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Our Mission

The purpose of MMRG is to identify and protect important natural resource areas, including water resources, farm and forestlands, wildlife habitat, recreational areas, cultural and scenic areas; to educate others about these efforts, and to join protected lands to form greenways.
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MMRG Engaged in Regional Conservation Action Planning

MMRG’s mission expanded three years ago to become a land trust and we have become keenly aware that preserving land forever requires resources that are limited and require smart decisions. In order to prioritize our conservation projects, MMRG is developing a strategic conservation action plan for the seven town service area: Brookfield, Farmington, Middleton, Milton, New Durham, Wolfeboro, and Wakefield.

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View from Phoebe's Nable in Middleton, NH. Photo by Emily Lord.

Conservation News

WidowMaker Farm Easement Project

Beaver pond at WidowMaker Farm has valuable wildlife habitat

WidowMaker Farm Eaasement Project

MMRG’s  conservation easement project for WidowMaker Farm in New Durham received State‐wide recognion from NH’s LCHIP Grant program because of its important conservation values.  With the LCHIP grant and private donations, we are 2/3 way towards our goal of $52,000 needed to conserve this special place, forever.

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150 Acres in Brookfield Conserved for Wildlife

Fred Cann with his daughters Stefanie Marsh (l) and Jodi Thiele (r)

150 Acres in Brookfield Conserved for Wildlife

The family of the late Edna Cann has honored her memory as wife, mother, and lover of wildlife by conserving 150 acres, named the Split Rock Conservation Area, that surround the family home in Brookfield. The Cann family donated a conservation easement on the property to Moose Mountains Regional Greenways. The easement ensures that the natural resources of the land will be preserved in perpetuity and that wildlife will be able to call this land home, forever.

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Recent Activities and Events

Guests enjoy MMRG's Annual Meeting photo by Kate Wilcox
Guests Enjoy MMRG’s Annual Meeting;  photo by Kate Wilcox

Members Flock to MMRG’s Annual Meeting

Moose Mountains Regional Greenways (MMRG) held its 2017 Annual Meeting on one of the few sunny afternoons in April. With some 80 members in attendance at the Governor’s Inn, the occasion was festive with a cocktail/social hour and live music, a silent auction, buffet dinner, award presentations, MMRG conservation news, and a talk by permaculture specialist Steve Whitman.

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