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Bridge over brook

New Bridge Now Open

Posted 5/13/20

Rick Brackett, land manager for the Conservancy, recently got a call that a bridge had partially collapsed on one of our most popular trails. A log had rotted from the inside out. What to do?

Keeping the "Field" in Chesterfield

Posted 4/9/20

Evans Farm in Chesterfield, New Hampshire, offers open space for the community and for wildlife.

Hikers on a woodland trail

Let's Go Outside!

Posted 4/9/20

Find out where we recommend going and read our tips for hiking responsibly during this time of social distancing.

Stylized illustration of mountain and tree

COVID-19: How We're Doing Our Part

Posted 3/19/20

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.

2019 Annual Report cover

News: 2019 Annual Report Now Available

Posted 3/12/20

Stories and photos of the places protected during the past calendar year, plus a summary of our program accomplishments and financial health.

Pasture with stone wall and horses

‘Glad to Do It’

Posted 1/8/20

Sargent Hill Farm in Walpole, New Hampshire, located on a dead-end dirt road, is a quiet spot with scenic views of Vermont.

Snowy corn field

Keeping A Promise

Posted 12/12/19

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.

White short-tailed weasel peeking out from stone wall

Nature Preserve Near Monadnock

Posted 11/14/19

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.

Paul Kotila showing off his award

Giving Back Throughout the Year

Posted 10/9/19

Each year, at our Annual Celebration in September, the Monadnock Conservancy presents two awards. Find out who was honored in 2019.

Boardwalk bridge on woodland trail

All in a Day’s (Trail) Work

Posted 9/11/19

It’s been 10 years since the official opening of the Cranberry Pond Mountain Trail. We’d say it’s been a success, based on the wear and tear on the path.