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

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.

Click here to read more about our conservation planning process.

Recent Activities and Events

Community Engages in Visioning Session for Conservation Planning

Community Engages in Visioning Session for Conservation Planning

The Wakefield Opera House was abuzz on a Thursday evening in late September as folks gathered for MMRG’s first community visioning session, the kickoff event in developing a regional and strategic Conservation Action Plan: “Our Home, Our Land, and Our Tomorrow.”  Led by professional planners Dan Sundquist of GreenFire GIS and Steve Whitman of Resilience Planning & Design, the focus of the evening was an interactive exercise for participants to share special places where they live, work and play in our region.

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Branch River Conservation Area

What does ‘Land’ mean to you?

MMRG board member, Emily Lord, created a video of MMRG members answering the question, “What does ‘Land’ mean to you?” Although her video did not win the Land Trust Alliance contest, which inspired her to make it, her creation is a terrific expression of how MMRG supporters feel about the land.

Click here to watch Emily’s video.