Favorite Yearly Events:

Hayrides to the Salmon Falls River

Rescued wild animals presented by Squam Lakes Science Center

Bee House Building (download instructions)

A corn maze for kids to explore

Guided walks through woods and fields

A traveling barnyard and petting zoo

A kids’ craft corner

Demonstrations of traditional skills and crafts

Live toe-tapping music

Kids try fishing in the Branch Hill Farm pond

A discovery walk for kids

Nature’s Playground in the woods

View our 2016 program of events.

Slideshow highlights of 2016 Woods, Water & Wildlife Festival, courtesy of David O’Connor.

15th Annual Woods, Water & Wildlife Festival

10 am – 3 pm;  Saturday, August 12, 2017

Branch Hill Farm, 307 Applebee Rd, Milton Mills, NH 03852

This family-friendly celebration of the natural world features fun and educational outdoor activities. Take a hayride to the river, observe and learn about NH wildlife, take your kids on a discovery walk or explore nature’s playground, watch demonstrations of traditional skills,  do crafts or go fishing with your kids, and much more! $5/person, $10/family; Free to kids 12 and under and to MMRG members.

———Rain or Shine; No Pets Please———

We are seeking Sponsors of our 2017 WWW Festival!

To view or download sponsor appeal materials, click on items below:

Letter to potential new sponsors

Letter to returning sponsors

Sponsorship levels and benefits

Sponsor sign-up sheet


Want to see what happened last year? Click here to view our 2016 Festival brochure. View newspaper articles of our 2016 Festival: Seacoast Sundays, Fosters Daily Democrat, Granite State News (upper and lower parts), Union Leader, and Concord Monitor.

Siemon Company
Branch Hill Farm/Carl Siemon Family Charitable Trust
$1000 or more:
Bruce and Jennifer Rich
Carl and Beth Siemon
Hank and Junko Siemon
the Gene Hays Family
Beverly Siemon
Devonshire Realty
Dottie Bean
Gene Hays
Art and Lynne Slocum
David Hutchins Builders
David Levin and Marty Conant
 DiPrizio GMC
Donald F. Whittum Law Office
Evergreen Valley Snowmobile Club
Forest Pump & Filter
Garwoods Restaurant & Pub
Index Packaging
J&S Tech Electric
Jay Fortune Custom Carpentry
Land Bank of Wolfeboro-Tuftonboro
Law Office of L. Bradley Helfer
Longmeadow Construction
Mal Blodget, CPA
Mariko Yamasaki and Gary Getchel
McKenzie’s Farm
Rowley and Associates PC
Sebastian Septic Service
Sharon and Dave Buttrick
The Music Mill
Three Ponds Protective Association
Wakefield Inn
Wyatt Family
B&B Fabricating
Blue Seal Feeds
CK and Jennifer Siemon
Farmington Fish and Game
Hourihane Cormier & Associates
John Boucher
Jones Brook LLP
Lake Forest Resort
Lilac Printing and Design
Maxfield Real Estate
Meredith Village Savings Bank
Milton Hardware
Milton Mills Variety Store
Ron Goodgame
Re/Max Realty Group
Stephen P. Perron LLS
 Susan Cleary and Robert Lee Morse
 Festival sponsorships and proceeds  support MMRG’s land conservation and educational outreach missions.
We are grateful for your support!

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Volunteers are needed to make the festival run smoothly!

To volunteer:

call (603) 978-7125 or email info@mmrg.info.


Volunteer Opportunities

  In advance:

  • Hang fliers and yard signs
  • Make homemade salads or desserts to sell
  • Help set up signs, tables, tents and hay bales
  • Clean out the barn

  On festival day:

  • Set up on Festival morning
  • Staff the food tables
  • Parking
  • Help Kids have fun with crafts
  • Sell MMRG T-shirts, hats and mugs
  • Help with hayrides
  • Take photos for MMRG publicity
  • Clean up afterwards!

View article about Festival Volunteers.