Forest Society Blog - News & Features

Although the rivers were flowing high and fast this summer due to heavy rains, the paddlers reported a variety of wildlife sightings — from beavers to eagles — and thought-provoking experiences.

When cooler weather arrives and foliage reaches peak in October, bull moose wander more widely in search of cow moose.

We celebrated our SOUPer volunteers this fall with a hike and hot soup.

Hikers should follow designated trails, even through well-worn sections.

Did summer oak defoliation affect fall foliage season?

The family of the late Tom Howe accepted the award on September 25.

Janet Hill has volunteered at The Rocks for more than a decade.

Merlins, small falcons, used to be found only in northern N.H.. They have been expanding their breeding range south across New England over the past several decade

The unanimous opposition indicated bipartisan support for LCHIP in New Hampshire.