Forest Society Blog - News & Features

One hundred years ago the Forest Society had 12 reservations, today nearly 200.

The Hancock marker describes the Due family and Jack, a once-enslaved African who gained his freedom and lived in Hancock in the late 1700s and early 1800s.

Three guided hikes to get members outside and learning more about history, forestry and stewardship.

A new book sheds light on the Merrimack's complicated relationship with manmade elements and provides insights on current threats.

As the fall approaches, wasps and hornets get more aggressive. How can you tell what's buzzing around, and when it's safe to get rid of a nest?

The marker to be unveiled September 18 will be the first outside of Portsmouth on the Black Heritage Trail.

Congresswoman Kuster received a briefing on plans for Forest Society North at The Rocks

The Forest Society has a deep interest in supporting the retention and expansion of markets for forest products.

In New Hampshire, the program provided crucial support to conservation work around Great Bay, the Forest Society’s Moose Mountains Reservation and several other projects in the Seacoast region.