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Landscape Conservation: Forever Wild in Northfield
Northfield landowners Bill and Christine Copeland helped inaugurate Mount Grace Land Conservation Trust’s twenty-fifth year of land conservation by donating a 183-acre ‘Forever Wild’ conservation restriction to Mount Grace.  ...
Landscape Conservation: New Conservation Area on Narrow Lane
“People like Mick and Louise have helped us protect nearly 26,000 acres. Most landowners understand their land has both personal meaning to them and larger ecological significance.” Leigh Youngblood
Landscape Conservation: New Tax Credit Available
Massachusetts now offers a state income tax credit of half the appraised value, up to $50,000, on qualifying donations of land or CRs. Mount Grace is actively seeking landowners to participate.
Landscape Conservation: Nineteenth Hill CRs protect 700 acres of Forest in Winchendon
Collaboration by the Massachusetts Department of Fish and Game, the Town of Winchendon, Mount Grace Land Conservation Trust, and the North Quabbin Regional Landscape Partnership has completed a landmark land conservation project protecting 866...
Landscape Conservation: Northfield Mount Hermon Conserves Trail
“Northfield Mount Hermon is very pleased to have worked closely to support the excellent work and land stewardship of our neighbors at Mount Grace.” --NMH Head of School Charles A. Tierney III.
Landscape Conservation: Protecting New England's National Trail
"We want to share our land with hikers, snowshoers, and cross country skiers. For us it is the perfect legacy."--Sam and Barbara Richardson
Local Brew Celebrates Mount Grace Anniversary
Raise a glass to Mount Grace with our new Anniversary Cyzer from Artisan Beverage Cooperative!
Local Fishing Hole Named to Honor Senator Wetmore
To honor Senator Robert Wetmore’s passion for the outdoors and support for land conservation, Mount Grace is establishing The Senator Robert D. Wetmore, Sr. Memorial Fishing Hole on the Tully River.
MassLIFT Accepting New Host Site Applications
Mount Grace's statewide MassLIFT-AmeriCorps Program is now accepting applications from conservation organizations interested in hosting AmeriCorps members for the 2016-17 service year.
MassLIFT Returns to its Roots
AmeriCorps members from across the state volunteered to help Just Roots put the Greenfield Community Farm to bed for the winter and to spruce up Greenfield Energy Park.