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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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Moose Mountains Reservation Grows by 150 Acres

After a successful fundraising campaign, the Society for the Protection of N.H. Forests (Forest Society), in collaboration with MMRG, has added a 150-acre property to its 2,300-acre Moose Mountains Reservation in Middleton and Brookfield. The addition provides snowmobilers, horseback riders, hunters and other outdoors enthusiasts with more guaranteed access to open, undeveloped land and miles of trails on connected conservation areas while protecting working forest and wildlife habitat.

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Racers head off on the Annual Moose Mountain RunAround

Upcoming ‘Moose Mountain RunAround’ and ‘Fat Moose’ to Benefit MMRG

The 3rd annual Moose Mountain RunAround snowshoe race has been re- scheduled for Sunday,  March 6 in Brookfield. This year, the snowshoe race will be joined by a new fat bike race, dubbed the Fat Moose. Spectators are encouraged to come cheer on the racers and volunteers are needed to help out. Check the race website to confirm the date as the weekend nears.

Pending enough snow, the snowshoe race will begin at 9:30 am and the fat bike race will start at 10:30, allowing the most intrepid athletes to participate in both events. The races will be held at Moose Mountain Recreation, 107 Mountain Road, Brookfield. The snowshoe race covers 3.1 miles of snowmobile trails and singletrack through mature woods and open fields, along streams and up and down hills. The bike course will be 1 to 3 laps of a 3.5 mile course depending on whether the rider intends to complete in the novice, sport or expert class. Read more…

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Recent Activities & Events

Keith Fletcher discusses the recent Moose Mountains Reservation additionConservation Commissioners from Moose Mountains Regional Greenways’ (MMRG) seven town service area played ‘Stump the Chump’ in a round table session with Nik Coates of the NH Association of Conservation Commissioners on December 3 in Farmington. The session took place during the 3rd annual ‘CC Mixer’, co-sponsored by MMRG and the Farmington CC, which also featured presentations of several new resource maps for CCs to use in their conservation planning. Read more…