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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

Dec

9

2021

"Plan for Your Land" Landowner Webinar Series

(6:30-8pm) Start planning your legacy with this free webinar for landowners!

Jan

15

2022

Winter Wildlife Tracking Workshop

(9am-12pm) Join expert tracker Paul Wanta to learn how to track animals during the winter!

Hastings Pond in Warwick

One Step Closer to Connectivity in Warwick: Renna and Delfausse CRs Complete

By Marielena Lima

Posted 12/6/21

Mount Grace Land Conservation Trust successfully closed two conservation restrictions near Hastings Pond in Warwick.

Nature Adventure Backpacks contain binoculars, a compass, field guides, and interactive worksheets

Backpacks for Beals: Making the Outdoors Accessible

By Amanda Carotenuto

Posted 12/1/21

Mount Grace has partnered with the Beals Memorial Library to offer nature adventure backpacks that contain everything you might need to have an exciting experience in the outdoors!

Professor Hashemi demonstrating the use of a soil corer

Pasture Management Workshops

By Rocio Lalanda

Posted 11/1/21

Mount Grace hosted a successful two-part Pasture Management Workshop Series to promote sustainable farming practices in our local community.

Ruth Smith, Karen Clark, and Beth McGuinn on the land

Mount Grace Protects Multi-Generational Farmland in Barre

By James Holcomb

Posted 10/18/21

Ruth Smith and her sister Karen Clark donated a conservation restriction to Mount Grace on approximately 90 acres of land that consists of forest, fields, and wetlands in Barre that’s been in their…