Forest Society staff recently joined Congresswoman Kuster for a tour of the property and a briefing on the Forest Society North at The Rocks, our plan to create a center for forestry, conservation, recreation and education.
Public access at The Rocks is currently closed until mid-September as we take the next leap forward in transforming the Forest Society North campus. Crews with heavy equipment are expanding the public parking area behind the Carriage Barn so that it will be open and ready for a busy cut-your-own Christmas tree season.
We expect the trails to re-open in mid-September, while landscaping on the site of the Tool Building and Batchelder Cottage will continue as we move through the fall, creating a new multi-use outdoor space overlooking one of the state’s most beautiful White Mountain panoramas.
Meanwhile, our Forest Society North at The Rocks Campaign is gearing up this fall, with $4 million left to raise to renovate and endow operations centered from the Carriage Barn.