Conservancy staff spend a lot of time in the outdoors. Here's some of the essential gear they carry for safe and successful field visits.
These fields and woods contain vestiges of the old Craig Farm, now a 138-acre conservation property owned by the City of Keene.
What happens when two experts go on a winter hike looking for mammal tracks? Read this story to find out.
Get a sneak peek at a project underway when you visit the trails open for hiking, snowshoeing, and cross-country skiing.
Two Conservancy-protected properties include Christmas tree plantations as part of their land management and conservation priorities.
Trails are the perfect antidote to life’s current challenges. Choose one of these four for the next time you want to get out.
The Chamberlain Conservation Area features water access for fishing, extensive wetlands, and many other recreational opportunities.
Summer is in full swing, and how better to enjoy it then with a good book. Our staff shares their favorites.
A family's 183 acres in Jaffrey and Rindge are now conserved, and this property seems to have it all.
A statement to our community that acknowledges recent national events surrounding race and ideas on how to be part of the solution.
The new bridge is the first major trails project of the season, and ensures public access at one of our most popular properties.
Find out where to go and read our tips for hiking responsibly during this time of social distancing.
Here's how we're doing our part to slow the spread of COVID-19. You'll find information about changes in office hours, staff availability, events, and access to our trails.
Stories and photos of the places protected during the past calendar year, plus a summary of our program accomplishments and financial health.
Sargent Hill Farm in Walpole, New Hampshire, located on a dead-end dirt road, is a quiet spot with scenic views of Vermont.
Recently conserved farmland honors a father's wish and continues a family's legacy. Crops grown on the land help feed a local dairy herd.
Years ago, while Cia Devan was living out-of-state, she realized she needed to take care of the land she still owned in the Monadnock region.
Each year, at our Annual Celebration in September, the Monadnock Conservancy presents two awards. Find out who was honored in 2019.