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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




Giving Tuesday: Art & Beer Presentation

(7-8pm) Join Mount Grace on Giving Tuesday for a special photography presentation!




Valuing your Land Financially and Ecologically

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




Mindful Guided Outdoor Walk

(1-1:30pm) Take the time to step away from the busyness of life and reconnect with nature and yourself.

Aerial view of the recently completed logging at Song Memorial Forest in Warwick.

Recent Forest Management on Flower Hill Road in Warwick

By Mike Mauri

Posted 12/1/20

Inside the head of Forester Mike Mauri on our recent forest management cut

Leigh Youngblood passes the torch to Mount Grace's new Executive Director, Emma Ellsworth.

Leadership Transition at Mount Grace Land Conservation Trust

Posted 10/1/20

Announcing Mount Grace's new Executive Director: Emma Ellsworth!

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

By Leigh Youngblood

Posted 8/4/20

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