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Mount Grace 25th Annual Meeting: Bob Durand Speaks
Mount Grace Twenty-Fifth Annual Meeting: Bob Durand Speaks about the Tully Initiative
Mount Grace Land Conservation Trust Impact Statement
Our 2013 publication outlines the broad impacts our community-based conservation approach has in our region and across the Commonwealth.  You may download a free copy here.
Mount Grace Movie Clips
Mount Grace videos tell the story of partnerships to protect farms and forests in our twenty-three towns. Watch all ten short clips or see the movie What The Land Is on our Vimeo page.
Mount Grace Seeks to Renew National Accreditation
Mount Grace has applied to renew its accreditation with the Land Trust Accreditation Commission—a national body that certifies trusts that meet national standards for protecting lands in perpetuity.
Mount Grace's Campaign for Affordable Farms
Learn more about Mount Grace's innovative work with Red Fire Farm in Montague and the Campaign for Affordable Farms model of shared farm ownership.
Mount Grace's Five-Year Farmland Inventory Now Complete
Mount Grace’s Farmland Inventory has assembled a detailed picture of farming in our region. New inventories in Gardner, Westminster, Hubbardston, and Ashburnham complete the five-year project.
Mount Grace: Workplace Giving
There are a several ways to support Mount Grace at work.  Ask your employer if any of these programs are available at your workplace.  Please consult your employer's workplace giving guide when making a workplace gift. If your company does...
Neighborhood Outreach Grant: Request For Proposals
Mount Grace is partnering with DCR and UMass to offer grants in support of neighborhood-based outreach to forest landowners this winter. See the full request for proposals at this link!
Neighbors Team Up to Protect Leyden’s Last Dairy Farm
Warren Facey’s lifelong dream for his family farm has been realized with the protection of 221 acres of land at Bree-Z-Knoll Farm as part of the Leyden Working Farms & Forests Conservation Partnership
New Trail Shows the Way to Scenic Pond
The $194,000 fundraising campaign to protect Westminster's Muddy Pond is now complete! Thanks to to all who helped make this new conservation area a reality!