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Gifts to Mount Grace protect the farms and wild places that make our region unique!

Mount Grace welcomes gifts of any amount. To make a memorial, honorary, or donor-directed gift, please use the "write a note" field on the donate page after you click the "donate" button above. You do not need a paypal account to use the donate button.

Mount Grace is now receiving gifts in memory of Emily Jones, of Warwick, who passed away this year at the age of 92. Emily was one of Mount Grace's earliest champions, joining the trust as Mount Grace member #43. She later worked with Mount Grace to protect her land on Warwick's Chase Hill as part of the Tully Initiative in 2002. Emily told her story at our 2003 annual meeting, along with her neighbors Mark Fellows and John Moore. She loved living next door to Chase Hill Farm. Their cows and horses pastured in her hilltop fields.

Gifts in memory of Emily will support land conservation and stewardship of protected lands in perpetuity.

This year, Mount Grace helped conserve hundreds of acres of forests and open fields that are now the Norcross Hill Wildlife Management Area in Templeton, and to protect Winchendon's Sunset View Farm as a working farm forever!

When you think about Mount Grace, what comes up for you? Maybe you recall a cherished piece of land that is now protected forever, or the fresh healthy food grown on a conserved local farm. For some, now that spring peepers are beginning to call, the abundant wildlife in our woods and wetlands might come to mind. Or, you might appreciate the clean drinking water supplied thanks to the protected lands of the Quabbin Reservoir.

For all of our successes, the common denominator is always you! We simply could not realize our mission of protecting significant land and encouraging land stewardship without your support.

Mount Grace's new wheelchair-accessible nature trail and wildlife viewing platform at Eagle Reserve Conservation Area in Royalston enable everyone to enjoy the quiet of the outdoors and rare wildlife like these Sandhill Cranes that visited this spring!

Norcross Hill, our first project in Templeton, is now a permanent home for threatened wildlife.

For 230 years, the land at Sunset View Farm has provided generations of Winchendon and Gardner residents with fresh local food.

You may make a monthly gift via a PayPal account using the subscribe button below.  If you would like to make a gift without using PayPal, please call Mount Grace at 978-248-2055 x15. Please note, Mount Grace does not take American Express.