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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.
Support AmeriCorps with Mount Grace
Find out more about AmeriCorps' nationwide impact, and join us to ask Congress to save federal AmeriCorps programs like our MassLIFT-AmeriCorps initiative.
Sustainable Forestry at the Arthur Iversen Conservation Area
Mount Grace will be conducting a sustainable timber harvest, accompanied by forestry tours, this winter at our Arthur Iversen Conservation Area in Warwick.
Teaching Sustainable Forestry at Red Apple Farm
Red Apple Farm’s working forests, protected with a conservation restriction held by Mount Grace, provided a quintessential New England landscape for the international forestry conference.
Tennessee Gas Pipeline Suspended
Mount Grace has filed for intervenor status in FERC proceedings on the Tennessee Gas pipeline, which would run past the Richardson Outlook on the New England Scenic Trail.
TerraCorps Positions Available
Two half-term positions are now available for the 2017-18 TerraCorps Service Year, including a Regional Conservation Coordinator and a Service Learning Coordinator at two Massachusetts locations.
Towns Unite to Conserve Quabbin Heritage Land
"We're pleased to be able to protect this land for future generations to use as we did: for exploration, bird and nature study, and for our father’s favorite—blueberry picking."--Ernie LeBlanc
TreeMendous New Trail at Skyfields Arboretum
Athol High School students joined Mount Grace Land Conservation Trust's AmeriCorps team this June to install signs on the Trust’s new trail connecting Skyfields Arboretum to a trailhead on Route 32.
Twenty Hikes Download Available
Free downloads of Mount Grace's Twenty Years, Twenty Hikes guide to hikes on protected land are now available through the website (Photo David Brothers).