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WHO WE ARE


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 1999 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.

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Our Board of Directors

Art Slocum (Chair), Cynthia Wyatt (Vice Chair), Jon Batson (Treasurer), Dawn Evans (Secretary), Bruce Rich, Dan Coons, Steve Panish, Dulcie Lavender, Cyndi Paulin and Lorrie Drake.

 

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Our Staff

Virginia C Long - Executive Director, Keith Fletcher - Director of Land Conservation, Kari Lygren - Education Coordinator

 

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Organization Bylaws

MMRG believes that the most urgent conservation need in Southern New Hampshire is the permanent protection of important natural resource areas. Conservation easements and outright ownership by land trusts and governmental stewardship organizations like NH Fish And Game Department are the most reliable way to ensure that we do not continue degradation of the environment, loss of our valuable recreation lands, and the reduction of important game and non-game habitat.

 

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In Memory

July 8th, 1922 - February 14th, 2001
By Cynthia Siemon Wyatt, MMRG Chair

 

My father, Carl Siemon, loved the state of New Hampshire. His deep-rooted connection to this state was established during his childhood when he spent his summers on his grandparents' farm in Wakefield, and then in Milton Mills. His memories of a much simpler time were precious to him.

 

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