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Farmers To Conserve 700 Acres in Wendell and Montague
Mount Grace has received a grant to protect 700 acres through the Mormon Hollow Working Lands Corridor Project—a partnership that will help nine landowners protect farms in Wendell and Montague.
Forever Wild in Northfield
“We chose to go ‘Forever Wild’ because we just wanted to get some old forest.”—Bill Copeland
Friends & Neighbors Help Protect Hunting Farm
What started as a meeting of neighbors in a barn at Diemand Farm is now an enormous farm conservation project involving an entire neighborhood in Wendell and Montague.
Grant Helps Northfield Plan Accessible Trail
“We are so pleased to be able to protect this land, that we cherish, forever. The new trail will make it possible for people to come out here and bear witness to the beauty of the land--Nancy Ames
Grant to Help Neighbors Conserve Leyden's Last Dairy Farm
Warren Facey and Leigh Youngblood at Bree-Z-Knoll Farm, one of 11 properties involved in the 800-acre Leyden Landscape Partnership.
Green Cemetery Initiative Seeks Local Land
Leigh Youngblood and Carol Coan from Green Burial Massachusetts discussed the Green Burial Initiative on the Bill Newman show this month. Learn more!
Help Create the Region's First Nature Trail for all Ages and Abilities
Mount Grace is now working with Lane Construction and community volunteers to complete the Gunnery Sergeant Jeffrey S. Ames Nature Trail in Northfield. Join us to volunteer!
How to Comment on the NED Pipeline
This page offers a quick guide on how to offer public comment on the proposed Tennessee Gas Pipeline during the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission's (FERC) "scoping period."  The scoping period is designed to help FERC determine the scope...
Images of Old New England at a Landmark Gill Farm
The historic Gill property formerly owned by Clesson Blake and Ruth Cook has now been permanently protected with a conservation restriction donated to Mount Grace.
In Memoriam: Barbara Corey, Matriarch of Mount Grace
Barbara Corey (together with her late husband, Roger) are Mount Grace members #3. Barbara served on the Mount Grace Board a total of 12 years, from 1989-1993 and 1999-2007; perhaps the longest of any person. Appropriately, her photo is on the...