Forest Society Blog - News & Features

The Forest Society presented its 121st Annual Report at the Annual Meeting on September 24.

Bringing members and friends back to our home in Concord.

Tree Farm of the year hosts annual field day.

Naturalist Susie Spikol is all about the little things you can see around you that is wildlife.

Since a single ash tree is either a male or a female (in some tree species this isn’t the case and a tree may have both male and female parts), it will be important to make sure we leave some of each uncut during the harvest, to provide the species an opportunity to pollinate and set viable seed.

A poem about searching for female white ash trees and beseeching them to survive.

The Forest Society plans to celebrate the expansion of the Champlin Forest with a winter walk to be scheduled later this year.

The festival will take place from October 6 through October 9 on the Seacoast.