Forest Society Blog - News & Features

Forest Society and Partners Celebrate Open of New Reservation along the Salmon Falls River

Falling leaves work on my soul. I can't quite describe it...

I've discovered at least four essential fall foliage truths, wise autumnal advice I'm more than willing to share…

Each year leaves will change color to a greater or lesser degree before falling. But only tourists …

Pole Dance

What do you think of when you hear the words "old growth?" Most people visualize sunlight filtering through towering trunks of giant sequoias or redwoods or western hemlock growing in a majestic, ancient forest cathedral.

Court Supports Jaffrey Mountain Zone

Rules that 28-unit Project Cannot Be Treated as One Lot

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MOUNT MONADNOCK TRAILS

The cab of the Kearsarge Fire Tower is an office with a view. Due south, Mount Monadnock rises in the distance, and while you can't actually see the ocean, on a clear day you can see the cooling towers at the Seabrook power plant.

CONCORD, NH, July 24, 2008—The Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests honored 25 of the Society’s 150 volunteers at its annual Volunteer Reception.