Newsletters & Publications

Newsletters

Fall/Winter 2016
Kids Connect! Fun on the Farm program, public access a feature of Mountain Brook Reservoir property in Jaffrey, greenway from West Hill in Keene, crafting a new log bridge, land conservation's role in local agriculture

Spring/Summer 2016
Hooper land now protected, historic Sullivan farmstead, Whittemore Island, loons, upcoming events

Fall/Winter 2015
Young couple benefits from conserved land, a new conservation leader, kids and local employees work to expand trail, Barnett Hill, Christmas tree farm and tips to care for your tree

Spring/Summer 2015
Conserving land for young farmers, a land steward reflects on his walks in the woods, sleuthing for vernal pools, Katie Metzger Town Forest

Fall/Winter 2014
Beaver Mood Tree Farm, timber management, 25th Anniversary & Annual Celebration, 2014 conservation awards, Laura Andrews, Story Wright, West Hill, renewed accreditation

Spring/Summer 2014
Wildlife on West Hill, new conservation project manager hired, Walpole Winter Festival, Hooper update, vernal pool project

 

E-newsletters

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March 2017
A secluded property in Hinsdale with rich wildlife habitat, Annual Report, snow fleas, farming conference, Stories About This Place, sugaring

February 2017
Helping farmers through the drought, nature journaling tips, nesting bald eagles, upcoming events

January 2017
Ballou Farm on Ashuelot River, About My Woods app, flying squirrels, snowshoeing, Town Forests

December 2016
Christmas tree farm in Chesterfield, nature coloring books, Farm Disaster Relief Fund, snowy owls

November 2016
Conserving land for the wildlife, fall harvest, photos from the field, tips for using a trail camera

October 2016
American chestnut tree may be making a comeback, hats off to our volunteers, muskrats getting ready for winter, farmland protection

 

 

Publications

2016 Highlights & Annual Report
Stories and photos of the wonderful places conserved during the past year, and acknowledgement of all the generous donors & volunteers

Protecting Your Land with the Monadnock Conservancy
A guide to land conservation, including options for permanently protecting land