We have some great community events lined up for 2024, here is a partial list, more information to come!
The Monadnock Conservancy’s Calhoun Family Forest is a nature-lover’s paradise. Located in Gilsum just north of Bear's Den Natural Area, it has hills and streams, woods and trails, wildlife and…
Over the past month, severe rainstorms have made life difficult for the Monadnock region’s farmers and residents, with flooded fields and washed-out roads. At the same time, smoke from Canadian…
Janine Marr, the Monadnock Conservancy's Land and Recreation Manager, shares her experience visiting the Chamberlain Conservation Area.
The Monadnock Conservancy is sponsoring a series of hikes in July and August for young families, young adults, and female identifying persons. These hikes will be led by experienced hiker Lydia…
Having worked for a land trust for the past 17 years, I am no stranger to climbing hills in springtime. This April, I had the opportunity to climb the Hill in Washington, D.C. to meet with New…
Test your knowledge of the sounds that make up the symphony of spring here in the Monadnock region!
Cheshire Walkers - a walking and hiking group for people of most abilities - returns for the 2023 season!
Join the Heart Hike 2023 all through the month of February on the Gramwick Trail in Jaffrey!
Are you new to this area? Welcome! Here are some tips to help you take advantage of everything the Monadnock region has to offer.
We are a little sad, and a lot proud, that our own Land Manager and GIS Specialist, Rick Brackett, is leaving the Monadnock Conservancy for the Army Corps of Engineers. Here's just a few of the things…
Christmas trees are synonymous with the holiday season. Is there a way to make this yearly tradition more environmentally friendly? Our experts weigh in.
Congratulations to Amanda Littleton and Norman Hassel, winners of the 2022 Conservation Awards.
November 9th is the first day of deer hunting season with regular firearms. Here are some helpful tips for both hunters and hikers on how to enjoy this season safely and responsibly.
Every year, millions of people come to New Hampshire to enjoy the fall explosion of color. Your donation to Monadnock Conservancy ensures beautiful scenery, natural habitats, and economic stability…
A deep attachment to place and a desire to save habitat for animals drive decision to conserve Alstead property.
Here are some tips on what to look for when out in the woods or surveying your backyard to identify invasive plants.
Want to capture better videos and photos with your wildlife or game camera? Read this short article to improve your chances of getting stunning images.
Learn about what what we're doing about addressing diversity, equity, inclusion, and social justice.
A video message from the executive director highlighting the successes of the past year: Thank you for making it all possible!
Come visit this park, designed to engage people with nature and encourage unstructured play.
Two local conservationists were honored recently for their decades of dedicated work at our 32nd Annual Celebration in mid-September.
Clean drinking water, intact wildlife habitat, healthy forests ... these are only a few of the goals of watershed conservation.
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.
Learn more about this project at the Cranberry Meadow Pond Trail in Peterborough, New Hampshire.
Construction is now underway for a project years in the making. Learn more about the details.
A newly purchased parcel of land includes woodlands, waterfront, and a well-known trail.
These fields and woods contain vestiges of the old Craig Farm, now a 138-acre conservation property owned by the City of Keene.
Two farm projects currently underway get a boost thanks to grant funding.
What happens when two experts go on a winter hike looking for mammal tracks? Read this story to find out.
Here are some great ideas for hikes that are perfect for couples, as well as for families.
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.
This year's awards recognize two amazing local conservation leaders.
Trails now open at this Peterborough property, which offers woods, water, and views.
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.