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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 under 35 years

Upcoming Events

Oct

15

2020

Tully Mountain Wildlife Management Area Habitat Site Walk

(4-5pm) Join former Mount Grace Stewardship Manager Tom Wansleben on a habitat site walk

Latest News

Chief Roger Longtoe Sheehan of the Abenaki unveiling the new sign at Wantastegok. Photo Credit: Kristopher Radder/Brattleboro Reformer

Reclaiming a Lost River in Vermont

Posted 9/8/20

The Elnu Abenaki Tribe forges partnerships with Mount Grace and Retreat Farm to recreate a fuller and more honest picture of the land we share and steward today.

Sentinel Elm Farm

Roots and Branches of Sentinel Elm Farm

Posted 8/4/20

The North Quabbin farming community is connected, tightknit, and cares for the land.

The Norcross Hill Wildlife Management Area in Templeton

Burdin Conservation Restriction Completed: The Final Piece of the Norcross Hill Conservation Project

Posted 7/6/20

The Norcross Hill Conservation Project is officially done with the help of the Burdin family!

A group of people waving near the entrance of the new Sunset View Farm hiking trail.

New Trail Opens at Sunset View Farm in Winchendon

Posted 6/29/20

Signs are up and a new walking trail has been blazed connecting the North Central Pathway to Winchendon’s Sunset View Farm.