The Monadnock region. It’s nearly 800 square miles of forest, hills, rivers, lakes, and mountains. Since 1989, the Monadnock Conservancy, together with willing landowners, has permanently conserved 21,000 acres in 29 towns throughout southwestern New Hampshire. Learn more about our history.
Nearly 100 acres on Cunningham Pond in Peterborough, New Hampshire, are now permanently protected and open to the public as a recreation area. It'll be a community treasure for years to come.
These fields and woods contain vestiges of the old Craig Farm, now a 138-acre conservation property owned by the City of Keene.