Forest Society Blog - News & Features

On New Year’s weekend, the winter woods offer even more than their customary dose of peace, solitude, reflection and silence. The dawn of a New Year - this new decade - arrives with a sunrise not unlike any other.

Lorraine Morong Donates Conservation Easement on 23 Acres in Madbury


Forest Society Hosts Timber Harvest Tour at Cockermouth Forest in Groton

Join the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests on a timber harvest tour at Cockermouth Forest in Groton, New Hampshire on Saturday, January 16 from 10 am to 2 pm.

Like holiday magic, flocks of handsome cedar waxwings magically appear in December to consume remaining crabapple fruit before departing in search of holiday fruitcake elsewhere.

Forest Society Conserves Bound Tree Forest in Warner

Linda Maloney’s Photography Coming to Conservation Center in Concord


Concord, N.H., Dec.

New Hampshire is homogenous at mid-season. At its edges, on the cusp of shoulder seasons, that unity unravels into stark regional differences that confound tourists and meteorologists alike.

Donated Easement on Canaan’s Clark Pond Provides Sanctuary for Bears, Pileated Woodpeckers, and Other Wildlife