HOGBACK MOUNTAIN CONSERVATION ASSOCIATION
Photo taken at Hogback Mountain by Barbara Cole
Now conserved and owned by the Town of Marlboro, the Hogback Conservation Area is publicly accessible and offers gorgeous 100-mile views of mountain ranges in Vermont, Massachusetts and New Hampshire, miles of trails, historic foundations, and a fertile natural background for educational and environmental studies.
Perhaps most importantly it will now continue to be a significant wildlife habitat providing an important corridor access for wildlife moving between Massachusetts and Vermont.
The HOGBACK MOUNTAIN CONSERVATION ASSOCIATION is registered as a Vermont non-profit corporation and its volunteers now focus on fostering public use and appreciation of this public resource and assisting the Town in the stewardship of the Conservation Area which is managed under the auspices of the town-appointed Hogback Preservation Commission.