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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

Feb

10

2022

"Plan for Your Land" Landowner Webinar Series

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

Feb

12

2022

Forest Carbon, Native Species and Climate Resilience: Skyfields to Lawton Tree Farm Walk

(10am-12pm) Join Mount Grace and DCR to learn more about how a Forest Management cut will restore a more resilient native habitat at Lawton State Forest.

Feb

19

2022

Winter Wildlife Tracking Workshop

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

Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial in Washington, D.C.

Land Conservation is a Valued Solution in the Mitigation of Climate Change

By Jenn Albertine

Posted 1/7/22

Mount Grace has received an award from the Land Trust Alliance Climate and Land Grant Program for $11,000 to develop our climate action plan to maximize our impact in mitigating and adapting to…

Richardson-Zlogar Cabin in Northfield

Mike Zlogar: The Other Half of the Richardson-Zlogar Cabin

By Allen Young

Posted 1/4/22

Learn more about Mike Zlogar and his contribution in creating the Richardson-Zlogar cabin in Northfield

Entrance to Student Learning Loop at Dexter Park Elementary School

From Students to Stewards: A New School Trail Completed

By Amanda Carotenuto

Posted 1/3/22

Thanks to the service of TerraCorps members and a MA Department of Conservation and Recreation Trails grant, the Student Learning Loop at Dexter Park Elementary School is officially completed!