Forest Society Blog - News & Features

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


When city dwellers come for a visit to my modest tree farm in Middleton, they are usually effusive. “Oh what a beautiful place,” they say. “You must love living here. It’s so peaceful! Oh how I wish I would live like you do.”

The Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests recently welcomed two new tenants to its Conservation Center in Concord.

First grant made to Forest Society’s 3,000-acre Ashuelot River Headwaters Project in Southwest NH

Celebrate the Holiday Season at The Rocks Estate in Bethlehem, NH

Sustainably harvested Christmas trees, dog sled rides, crafts and more


Looking for a unique winter outdoor activity during the winter holiday season? How about dog sledding through scenic fields of Christmas trees?

Tamworth Land Conservation Efforts Receive a Boost with New Donation

October’s been quiet so far on Wall Street. The historically volatile month for stocks often creates Halloween jitters. Earnest evening news anchors report that financial markets even staged a small rally this month.