The Land Trust Alliance, a national land conservation organization working to save the places people need and love by strengthening land conservation across America, has honored Mount Grace Land…
By Allen Young
Mount Grace Land Conservation Trust is pleased to announce their Executive Director Emma Ellsworth has been appointed as a member of the Massachusetts Division of Fisheries and Wildlife (MassWildlife)…
Mount Grace is officially the owner of the Richardson Overlook in Northfield, the crown jewel of the New England National Scenic Trail (NET). The campaign to purchase the 38-acre property began in…
It’s been considered as a site for several different sized housing developments and later as a location for an industrial solar array, but today the 187 acres that make up the southeast shore of Tully…
The Orange Farmers’ Market opened for the season on Thursday, May 12 at the Orange Armory parking lot (135 East Main Street in Orange).
The Gionet family has owned this land for 90 years. In 2019 owner Nancy Gionet began mulling over selling the 40-acre property to Mount Grace so these special woods could be protected intact.
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!
Learn more about how climate change is affecting spring phenology.
Mount Grace will be working on a project to increase land access and land transfers to BIPOC farmers and nonprofits in central Massachusetts.
Youth Education Coordinator Amanda Carotenuto has hosted outdoor programming in Winchendon with the nature adventure backpacks.
Learn more about and see photos of the completed energy and workspace efficiency renovations at our headquarters Skyfields Arboretum!
Mount Grace is pleased to announce that we received a $13,000 grant from the Land Trust Alliance to add remote monitoring to our stewardship toolbox.
Learn more about what goes into making a landscape-scale conservation project a success.
Mount Grace completed its 1st Cultural Respect and Use Agreement with the Nipmuc for the Huppert Conservation Area in Petersham MA.
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…
Learn more about Mike Zlogar and his contribution in creating the Richardson-Zlogar cabin in Northfield
Mount Grace Land Conservation Trust successfully closed two conservation restrictions near Hastings Pond in Warwick.
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!
Mount Grace hosted a successful two-part Pasture Management Workshop Series to promote sustainable farming practices in our local community.
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…
Learn why Brian Szyndlar purchased land that was conserved in 1996 and how he is stewarding his forested land today!
As Mount Grace's largest Conservation Area, take a look back at the history of protecting the Arthur Iversen Conservation Area.
In honor of our 35th Anniversary, look back and learn about one of our great community conservation projects!
In honor of our 35th Anniversary, look back and learn about our 1st Whole Farm Forever Project!
Executive Director Emma G. Ellsworth Announces the 35th Anniversary
For Mount Grace’s 2020 Annual Appeal, supporters were given the option to add $5 towards their donation that would go directly towards fighting food insecurity in the Mount Grace region. “The pandemic…
Peter was an enthusiastic conservationist and informal mentor to Leigh Youngblood. We are saddened by his passing.
25 Acres Protected For Perpetuity in southern Wendell
Learn more about future improvements to the South Athol Conservation Area!
Inside the head of Forester Mike Mauri on our recent forest management cut