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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Animals, Environment, Land Resources Conservation, Natural Resources Conservation & Protection, Wildlife Preservation & Protection

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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3 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

Board Member

Rating: 5

MMRG has done a wonderful job pursuing land conservation projects and educating people on the importance of maintaining our environment. Our hikes, snowshoe trips and canoe paddles are always fun and provide fascinating information. Please consider joining us for one of these adventures.

Board Member

Rating: 5

Moose Mountains Regional Greenways is a grassroots organization founded and maintained by citizens dedicated to maintaining the rural character of the southern lakes region of NH. It has a unique model of aiding landowners who are interested in preserving their land. I was one of the founding members in 1999. Shortly after being founded , we succesfully obtained a Forest Legacy grant which initiated the preservation of 2000 acres of the eponymous Moose Mountains. This was a difficult process with many obstacles. Since then we have helped to place over 2000 additional acres under conservation easement, and presented many educational programs with conservation-based themes. MMRG is powered by dedicated and energetic volunteers and a small staff, but it can always use more involvement at every level. We particularly would like to attract youthful members and volunteers to carry on the effort.

Board Member

Rating: 5

Moose Mountains Regional Greenways is a wonderful land conservation and enviromental organization that serves seven towns in east central New Hampshire. In just 10 years they have conserved over 4000 acres created wildlife corridors, preserved water quality, educated landowners on proper land management and educated young and old on the environment around them. They host the annual Woods Water & Wildlife Festival that is great fun for the local families while it helps educate people on how to take care of their areas.