Support Mount Grace's Year End Appeal

Dear Friend, Twenty-five years ago, Mount Grace Land Conservation Trust completed our first project, the 365-acre Lawton Tree Farm in Athol.  And now, twenty-five years later, Mount Grace is on the verge of reaching the 25,000 acres protected milestone by…Read More

Come visit Red Apple Farm with Mount Grace on Saturday July 31!

Saturday, July 31st, 9-noon: Walk the trails of Phillipston’s Thousand Acre Swamp, behind Red Apple Farm, with Bill Rose. Mount Grace helped protect the farm in 2007 and is currently working on several conservation projects involving wetlands in Thousand Acre…Read More

Check out Mount Grace's upcoming events: hikes, fern workshops, farm tours and more!

Tuesday, June 22nd at 4pm at Tully Meadow Farm, formerly Gale Farm, Reading the Landscape, with John O’Keefe. John O’Keefe, coordinator of the Harvard Forest Fisher Museum, will offer a walk focused on how to find clues to past events on and uses of the land…Read More

Johnson Farm Maple Syrup Tour and Breakfast Saturday March 27

Maple Sugaring Tour Johnson Farm, Orange 210 Wheeler Avenue Saturday, March 27th, 9:30am to 11:30am Steve and DeeDee Johnson protected their family farm in 2002 as part of the historic Tully Initiative. Follow Steve Johnson on a walk through the maple…Read More

Come join Mount Grace for a free tracking workshop!

Host: Mount Grace Land Conservation Trust Network: Global Date: Saturday, February 6, 2010 Time: 9:00am - 12:00pm Location: Skyfields Arboretum, Athol Description Winter Tracking Workshop Skyfields Arboretum, Athol 1461 Old Keene Rd. Saturday, February 6th,…Read More

Come to Mount Grace's Fall Volunteer Workday!

Date: Saturday, November 7, 2009 Time: 10:00am - 3:00pm Location: Skyfields Arboretum, Athol Street: 1461 Old Keene Road City/Town: Athol, MA Phone: 97802482043 Email: [email protected] Come enjoy the outdoors at Skyfields and help us make it more…Read More

Read about Mount Grace's work to protect Gale Farm and the North Quabbin Bioreserve

   Follow the link to the Worcester Telegram article - http://www.telegram.com/article/20090929/NEWS/909290413/1101
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