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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.

35,000 acres conserved in 35 years




35th Annual Meeting

(11am) Join Mount Grace at Captain's Farm in Winchendon for our 35th Annual Meeting!




Pasture Management Workshop Series

(October 9th and 23rd) Join Dr. Masoud Hashemi and Mount Grace to learn about pasture management!

Washbowl Waterfalls at Arthur Iversen Conservation Area in Warwick

Looking Back at the Protection of the Arthur Iversen Conservation Area

By Dave Kotker

Posted 9/15/21

As Mount Grace's largest Conservation Area, take a look back at the history of protecting the Arthur Iversen Conservation Area.

Muddy Pond: Conserving A Beloved Community Space

By Kate Sutcliffe

Posted 8/2/21

In honor of our 35th Anniversary, look back and learn about one of our great community conservation projects!

Red Fire Farm owners Ryan and Sarah Voiland with their family holding their bounty.

Red Fire Farm: Looking Back Four Years On

By Aaron Nelson

Posted 7/5/21

In honor of our 35th Anniversary, look back and learn about our 1st Whole Farm Forever Project!

Illustration of Deer by Charles Goodhue

Heart of the Hunt

By Emma G. Ellsworth

Posted 5/1/21

The transition into a hunting family leads Emma down an emotionally challenging path to her first deer and a deeper connection to nature.