More than 80 percent of the Merrimack watershed is still undeveloped and largely forested, yet in 2016, it was named one of the most endangered rivers in the U.S. by the nonprofit American Rivers. Why is the Merrimack at risk? Can we save it? Find out when the Forest Society's documentary premieres July 23 at 8 p.m. on NHPBS, Channel 11.
Protecting and caring for the land have always been core values in New Hampshire. We understand there are many urgent needs today — but doing what we do best is our way of contributing to the greater good, now and into the future. As we go forward — and we must — we need your continued generosity more than ever before.
The Forest Society is conducting a timber harvest this summer on our Black Mountain Forest, which straddles the Sutton-Warner town line, and contains one of the hiking trails to the summit of Mount Kearsarge.