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We encourage you to contact the House Judiciary Committee to express opposition to HB 82.
The series explores topics from trout streams and New England Cottontail rabbit habitat restoration to foraging for edible native or invasive plants and the protection of freshwater resources.
In February, Forest Society staff forester Gabe Roxby was invited to participate in a virtual panel discussion focusing on the intersection of forestry and art.
Read and watch with the Forest Society to learn more about Black history this month — and all year long.
There’s a comforting quality to homegrown wood heat — flickering flames — whether it’s a backyard campfire or for home heating.
Take action to oppose HB 621 by contacting the House Ways and Means Committee.
When winter precipitation includes heavy wet snow or ice storms bring freezing rain, trees must endure the weather conditions. Some are better adapted than others and coping strategies vary by tree species.
It is clear that Tom’s life and work led him to influence as many people as the acres he helped conserve.
A remembrance of Tom Howe from Forest Society trustee Charlie Bridges.