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Protecting the Land Because It's Right
“The people who protect land don’t do it to get rich or famous. They do it because they think it’s right, and I like that.”--Jason Hakkila
Quabbin Conservation Investment Zone Assessment
Business leaders and members of conservation and community groups joined with Harvard Forest, the Highstead Foundation, and Mount Grace this summer to produce The Greater Quabbin Conservation Investment Zone Assessment—a detailed appraisal of...
Red Fire Farm: a Whole Farm Forever
Ryan and Sarah Voiland and Mount Grace thank the hundreds of supporters who contributed to the Red Fire Farm Whole Farm Forever Campaign!
Report Urges Conservation Investment Zone Approach
Local business leaders have joined with Mount Grace and other conservation and community groups to offer a detailed assessment of opportunities for sustainable investment in the Quabbin region.
Royalston Eagle Reserve Accessible Trail to Open this June
Mount Grace will officially open the new wheelchair-accessible nature trail at our Royalston Eagle Reserve on Saturday, June 29th!
Royalston's New Eagle Reserve
Thanks to everyone in Royalston and around the Mount Grace region who helped protect the Eagle Reserve! (Photo by Jeff Blanchard)
Sarandon Urges Support for Mount Grace in Pipeline Fight
Activist Susan Sarandon urges support for Mount Grace, PLAN-NE, and the Mass Power Forward Coalition's work challenging the proposed Tennessee Gas Pipeline.
Save Land
Response to a Proposed Quabbin National Park – Quabbin is OK Help is needed to support threatened conservation funding, to support Mount Grace and other land trusts working to save land, and to promote and assist...
Save the Date for the Great American Campout at Skyfields
Join us at Skyfields Arboretum on June 24-25 to take part in the nationwide Great American Campout. Please register in advance for this free event. Tents available.
Scouts Protect Whitney Memorial Forest
Brownies, Cub Scouts, and Daisies assembled at Whitney Memorial Forest in Winchendon this Spring to construct nature-inspired homes for fairies, gnomes, and other rare woodland creatures. Fairy houses,...

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