Recent Activities & Events

Branch River Paddlers View Fish Piles and Spring Birds

Branch River Paddle photos taken by Kate Wilcox and Patti Connaughton-Burns.

Kayakers and canoeists enjoyed perfect conditions for the annual paddle down the Branch River in Milton, presented by MMRG and Branch Hill Farm/Carl Siemon Family Charitable Trust (BHF/CSFCT). Nearly seventy participants came out on the sunny and calm Saturday morning […]

By |July 4th, 2016|Recent Activities & Events|Comments Off on Branch River Paddlers View Fish Piles and Spring Birds

MMRG’s Annual Meeting Featured Guest Kevin Gardner

Annual Meeting photos courtesy of Kate Wilcox.

Moose 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 […]

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Winter Walks co-sponsored with Branch Hill Farm

In late February, MMRG co-sponsored a Winter Wildlife Walk with Branch Hill Farm (BHF) on BHF forest lands in Milton. Although the mild winter had already diminished the snow cover and obliterated many of the wildlife tracks that usually criss cross it, there was still evidence of animal activity to […]

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Managing for a Healthy Forest

A forester and a logger can make a great team, and the more they work hand-in-hand, the healthier the forest they are managing will be. That was one of the important messages of the beginners’ forestry workshop ‘Managing for a Healthy Forest’ sponsored by Moose Mountains Regional Greenways (MMRG) and […]

By |December 8th, 2015|Recent Activities & Events|Comments Off on Managing for a Healthy Forest

Conservation Commissioners Tried to Stump the Chump

Conservation Commissioners from Moose Mountains Regional Greenways’ (MMRG) seven town service area (Brookfield, Farmington, Middleton, Milton, New Durham, Wakefield and Wolfeboro) played ‘Stump the Chump’ in a round table session with Nik Coates of the NH Association of Conservation Commissioners on December 3 at the American Legion Hall in Farmington. […]

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