Regional And Pepperell Area Links of Interest

Pepperell and Regional Area Resource Links

  • Mass. Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
    MSPCA is a non-profit organization which protects animals, relieves their suffering, advances their health and welfare, prevents cruelty, and works for a just and compassionate society.

  • MSPCA Horse Ambulance
    Founded in 1868, the MSPCA Equine Ambulance Program has evolved into the nation’s pre-eminent service in equine emergency response and rescue. From the early years of a horse-drawn carriage to today’s specialized ambulances outfitted with innovative equipment, the MSPCA has revolutionized the level of expertise available to companion horses and equine athletes in need of urgent veterinary care.

  • Pepperell Board of Health Stable Regulations draft 06/15/17

  • Town of Pepperell web site

  • Pepperell Animal Inspector
    The Animal Inspector in Pepperell is responsible for rabies control and barn inspections.  For more information, click on the following link.

  • Pepperell Conservation Comission
    The Conservation Commission is Pepperell's steward for town- owned conservation land and local administrator of Massachusetts' Wetlands Protection Act. NOTE: This link takes you to the main web page for the Town of Pepperell. To reach the Conservation Commission pages, on the left-hand side click on Boards/Committees. Under the Boards and Committees list, click on Conservation Commission

  • Nashoba Conservation Trust
    The Nashoba Conservation Trust is a non profit land trust that was established in 1969 and is based in Pepperell.

  • Nashua River Watershed Association
    The mission of the Nashua River Watershed Association is to work for a healthy ecosystem with clean water and open spaces for human and wildlife communities, where people work together to sustain mutual economic and environmental well-being in the Nashua River watershed.

  • Beaver Brook Association
    Beaver Brook Association is a private nonprofit environmental center in southern New Hampshire founded in 1964.  There are great riding trails which the Association allows PHOA to use for our annual trail ride.

  • Hollis Area Equestrians
    The Hollis Area Equestrian Club is a non-profit equestrian group that supports, promotes and participates in equestrian activities in and around Hollis, New Hampshire. We are based in Hollis and we maintain the Hollis Town Ring and hold our meetings at the Lawrence Barn.   Our members include residents of Hollis, Nashua, Brookline, Milford, Amherst, Pepperell, Townsend, Dunstable and other neighboring towns in NH and MA.

  • Yankee Walkers Gaited Horses of New England
    The purpose of this organization is to promote the enjoyment of the Gaited Horse on the trail, at clinics, and in the show ring.

  • Hazel Grove Agricultural Association
    We are a non-profit group that will function to improve and manage the Hazel Grove Park (aka Groton Fairgrounds) on Jenkins Rd in Groton. Please check us out and watch for activities. We will be improving the site and increasing agricultural activities along with the Groton Pony Club events and the Groton Riding and Driving Club (Standardbred race horses). As we improve this area we need volunteers and will be doing fund raising for specific projects such as signs and fencing, buildings and such.

  • New England Horse and Trail
    Found in 1984 - Bringing information and recognition to the pleasure trail rider. 

  • The Pepperell Free Press
    The Free Press has assisted the association in publishing notices and reporting on our meetings.

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