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Dig in and be inspired … you can enjoy more success stories, become more familiar with our work in land and water conservation, and have your questions answered by downloading our publications. Want more stories and news? Please sign up for our monthly e-newsletter.

Annual Report

  • Highlights From the Region: 2021 Annual Report
    File size: 4 MB
    Learn about year-round efforts to protect clean water, improve trails, connect people with the land, and increase wildlife habitat protection. A financial summary for the past year is also included.


These beautiful printed publications are sent directly to our supporters twice a year. You can be added to our mailing list to automatically receive them when you become a donor now.

  • Fall/Winter 2021
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    Announcing a new nature park open to all, 2021 conservation awards, new staff, and, of course, more land protected.
  • Spring/Summer 2021
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    Introducing a new conservation area that includes a section of the Monadnock-Sunapee Greenway Trail, and then read about farmland protection projects currently underway, volunteer opportunities, climate change solutions, and more.
  • Fall/Winter 2020
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    This newsletter includes lots of great ideas of where to hike or enjoy a walk in the Monadnock region. You'll also read about amazing individuals and families whose dedication to conservation is making a difference in their communities.
  • Spring/Summer 2020
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    Introducing the Cunningham Pond Conservation Area as well as three other recently protected properties (in Walpole and in Dublin), new staff, adapting to life during a global pandemic, and a save-the-date announcement for our Annual Celebration.
  • Fall/Winter 2019
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    Celebrating 30 years, essay on community conservation, overview of 30th Annual Celebration, Devan Preserve, and 2019 conservation award winners.
  • Spring/Summer 2019
    File size: 2 MB
    Stories include the conservation of the largest dairy farm in the region (the Chickering Farm in Westmoreland), Dublin acreage protected for the wildlife, a corner of Keene stays rural, and upcoming events.

Do you have a story to share or are you a member of the press?

Please email Katrina Farmer, communications and outreach manager, or call her at 603-357-0600, ext. 111.

Why I Care

Playing outside, staying active, and being surrounded by natural beauty is so important to our family. We feel so lucky to be surrounded by so much conserved land.

— Hillary Irwin, Dublin, N.H.