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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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Help MMRG Purchase the Branch River Conservation Area!

MMRG is under contract to purchase a 17-acre property that includes 5,000 feet of frontage along the Branch River between Routes 16 and 153 in the Town of Wakefield. Acquiring this modest-sized parcel for conservation purposes is a big step for MMRG, as it is our first outright purchase of preserved land. We are now raising funds to finalize the acquisition of this special property, which we have named the Branch River Conservation Area (BRCA).

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Patti Burns New Executive Director

MMRG Hires Full-time Executive Director

Moose Mountains Regional Greenways (MMRG) announced today that Patti Connaughton-Burns has been hired as the land trust’s first full-time Executive Director. She will start at the end of February.

“Our goal was to find someone with the experience and leadership skills to help MMRG reach its full potential as a regional land trust,” said Jack Savage, MMRG Board Chair. “Given Patti’s background and her deep commitment to land conservation, we’re confident we’ve found just the right person.”

Patti is in the process of moving to the Wolfeboro area from New Jersey, where for the past eighteen years she has run her own environmental consulting firm, Wetlands and Environmental Technology, Inc. Her qualifications include a Master’s degree in Forest Science and instruction of graduate level classes. Read more…

Current Projects

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Recent Activities & Events

Keith Fletcher discusses the recent Moose Mountains Reservation additionMoose Mountains Regional Greenways held its 2016 Annual Meeting festivities on April 17 at the Kingswood Greenside Tavern in Wolfeboro, NH with nearly 100 people in attendance. MMRG Board Chair Jack Savage welcomed the crowd and extended thanks to many volunteers for their dedicated work, to several landowners present who have conserved their property with MMRG’s help, to the many donors of items for the silent auction, and to Norman Vetter Foundations, the business sponsor of the event.

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