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Thanks to our AmeriCorps volunteers, Mount Grace is now part of the Great American Campout—a nationwide opportunity for families to go camping and learn about the outdoors.
A Neighborhood Protects its Farms
What started as a meeting of neighbors in a barn has become a landscape-scale conservation project for a group of families in the Mormon Hollow neighborhood of Wendell and Montague.
A Sustainable Future for Local Farming
Buy local food initiatives have taken hold across the nation. Urban, suburban and rural communities alike are responding to the option of securing access to fresher, tastier and more nutritious food. The Pioneer Valley is home to collaborations like...
A Sustainable Vision for Local Farming
Mount Grace's new report, Food and Farming in the Quabbin Region, presents a road map to support the vision of local food, a strong farm economy, and sustaiable use of the land.
A Will for the Woods in Wendell
Artist Bob Ellis's conservation legacy sustains Mount Grace and helps create a new farm to support a Wendell family.
Amazing Mount Grace Coffee Available
Support land conservation and stewardship with Mount Grace's new coffee, Amazing Mount Grace! This NoCO2 blend is roasted by Dean's Beans and can be ordered through the Mount Grace website.
Annual Appeal Gets Boost from $100,000 Challenge Grant
Annual Appeal gifts in any amount support all of Mount Grace’s projects and programs, including efforts to defend protected land from the proposed pipeline.
Campaign for Affordable Farms
Thanks to everyone who has supported our capital campaign to purchase Red Fire Farm in partnership with farmers Ryan and Sarah Voiland.
Campaign for Affordable Farms Reaches $400,000 Goal
“Thanks to the support of more than 400 donors, Red Fire Farm will become a permanently affordable whole farm providing fresh, healthy produce forever.”
Celebrate the Land in Ashburnham
Celebrate 30 years of local land conservation from 9am-3pm on February 11 at Mount Grace's Paul C. Dunn Woodland Preserve!