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Mount Grace Land Conservation Trust benefits the environment, the economy, and future generations by protecting significant agricultural, natural, and scenic lands and encouraging land stewardship in northern and central Massachusetts.

37,000 acres conserved in 36 years

Song Memorial Forest Slash Wall - "It's working!"

Posted 2/5/24

Creating Habitat for Threatened Species Stewardship Manager Tessa Dowling excitedly came into the office last week with the report from her visit to our newly completed forest management project in…

Leaving a Legacy, Making an Impact

Posted 2/5/24

Land trusts often use the word “legacy,” which can mean many things to different people. For us, it starts with making an impact on people and places that will last long after the deed is done.…

Mount Grace and Mass Audubon Celebrate Historic Vote to Protect 1,365 Acres of Forest in Winchendon

Posted 12/22/23

A once-in-a-generation conservation opportunity. Winchendon Forest LLC notified the towns of Winchendon and Ashburnham that it intends to sell a 1,365 acre property to an entity called Longroad…