Forest Society Blog - News & Features

Forest Society, NH Audubon, NH TNC and AMC all caution would-be hikers to seek out local conservation lands rather than the most popular spots in order to maintain distancing protocols.

In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, the health and well-being of our staff and community is our greatest priority. Here is how we are doing our part to prevent the continued spread of COVID-19.

The Forest Society’s Land Steward Program Coordinator reflects on life working from home, and shares a wood-working project.

The Moran easement puts in place one more piece of a puzzle in efforts by the Forest Society and its Q2C partners to build a continuous system of linked conservation lands protecting large blocks of land and allowing for the movement of plants and animals responding to a changing climate.

With the recent passing of 85-year-old Paul Bofinger, the State of New Hampshire lost a remarkable visionary, the Forest Society lost a former leader and others lost a valued mentor who had helped to shape the careers of leaders continuing to work in conservation-related fields of science, education, policy, forestry and philanthropy.

What are Forest Society foresters up to during the global pandemic? Manager Wendy Weisiger shares her "social distancing" strategy.

Forest Society members share an easy, solitary adventure during a time of social distancing.

A nearly universally accessible free health care may be found in taking a moment to watch clouds or a little natural messenger — a little red squirrel perhaps.

Late winter sunshine strengthens, days grow warm and snowmelt accelerates in the northern half of New Hampshire. South-facing slopes open-up early. Acorn-producing red oak trees grow best on steep, well-drained south and west-facing slopes.