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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,...
Securing Free Organic Food for Local Families in Need
Winchendon’s Noonday Farm serves neighbors by providing free organic food to those in need and offering education programs in growing healthy food and sustainable living practices.
Seeking Stewardship Volunteers
Mount Grace is currently seeking volunteers to help monitor properties and hiking trails in several towns, including Gill, Leverett, Northfield, Petersham, Royalston, Wendell, and Winchendon.
Social Media Internship
Mount Grace Land Conservation Trust is seeking a social media intern to raise our online profile and help boost our campaign to protect conservation land from the proposed Tennessee Gas Pipeline. This unpaid internship will involve working...
Stewardship: Habitat Improvement at Fox Valley
Mount Grace has been granted funding from the US Department of Agriculture's Natural Resource Conservation Service to improve wildlife habitat at Fox Valley Conservation Area in Phillipston.
Stewardship: New Trail at Fox Valley
Phillipston Scout Thomas Rose has remodeled the hiking trail at the Fox Valley Conservation Area for his Eagle Scout Project.
Stewardship: Paul Dunn Beetle Survey
Neighbors, hikers, and casual visitors to Mount Grace's Paul C. Dunn Woodland Preserve in Ashburnham are all asking the same question...What are those things?
Stoddard Land Becomes Part of New Athol Town Forest
“We are proud to have this land protected forever for all generations to enjoy the quiet solitude and beauty"--Ralph Stoddard and Gloria Meuse.