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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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Standing from left to right: Richard Ballou -Farmington CC, Resta Detwiler Farmington CC, Bruce Rich -MMRG Board member, Dottie Bean -Farmington resident, Virginia Long -MMRG Executive Director, Cyndi Paulin -MMRG Board member, Keith Fletcher -MMRG Director of Land Conservation, Dave Connolly -Farmington CC Chair, Cynthia Wyatt -MMRG Vice Chair, (front) Jacquelin Bissell -Farmington CC,(back) Bill Malay -New Durham CC. Seated from left to right: Nancy Spencer Smith -MMRG Board Chair, and Rodney and Judy Thompson -the landowners/easement donors.

Moose Mountains Regional Greenways Seeks Executive Director

Union, June 19, 2015–Moose Mountains Regional Greenways (MMRG) is seeking its first full-time Executive Director and the Board of Directors is launching a national search. Virginia Long, who has served the organization as Executive Director on a part-time basis for the past five years, has decided to take on a more focused role.

“We believe the time is right to invest in a full-time leadership position,” said Jack Savage, current Board Chair. “It’s a natural evolution of the conscious decision the Board made several years ago to become a land trust and to hold conservation easements and potentially acquire land for conservation purposes.”

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Current Projects

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Recent Activities & Events

Whiteface Mountain Hikers Enjoy Views and Stone WallsMoose Mountains Regional Greenways’ annual Fall Foliage Hike was held on October 3, a beautifully sunny and crisp autumn day. Led by Art Slocum, MMRG Board Member and Secretary, the group of hikers climbed to the summit of Whiteface Mountain, the highest peak in Wolfeboro. Read more…