A group of Moose Mountains Regional Greenways Board members and volunteers take to the field with Wetlands Scientist Nancy Rendall to identify 60 of the region's most critical wetland habitats.

A group of Moose Mountains Regional Greenways Board members and volunteers take to the field with Wetlands Scientist Nancy Rendall to identify 60 of the region’s most critical wetland habitats.

Moose Mountains Regional Greenways was founded in 2000 by conservation commissioners and planning board members from the towns of Brookfield, Farmington, Middleton, Milton, New Durham, and Wakefield. The newly-formed group named itself after the Moose Mountains range central to the region. Today this grassroots, membership-driven organization represents a dynamic collaboration between community leaders, private landowners, concerned citizens, and public and private conservation organizations.

Our Staff

Patti Connaughton-Burns – Executive Director

Virginia C Long – Development and Communications Coordinator

Kari Lygren – Education Coordinator

Kam Damtoft – Administrative Coordinator

Our Board of Directors

Jack Savage, Middleton (Chair); Nicole Csiszer, Brookfield (Vice Chair); Bruce Rich, Wakefield, (Treasurer); Art Slocum, Wolfeboro (Secretary); Dan Coons, Wolfeboro; Lorrie Drake, New Durham; Ron Gehl, New Durham; Emily Lord, Middleton; Wendy Scribner, Dover;  Nancy Spencer-Smith, Wakefield; Cynthia Wyatt, Milton.