Forest Society Blog - News & Features

Participants in the recent Creek Farm Series program had the change to learn from photographer Phil Stone.

We would encourage readers to thank the NH Congressional delegation for their support.

Thank you to the volunteers who gave nearly 350 hours of service over 5 days to improve trails.

Trails are closed at The Rocks until mid-September while construction work is ongoing.

Campers are a reminder that splashing, swimming and playing at making mud pies along the river’s banks are also essential services provided by a river that has shaped New Hampshire and its residents for centuries.

New Hampshire Representatives Ann Kuster and Chris Pappas are co-sponsoring the Recovering America’s Wildlife Act of 2021 (H.R.2773)

The Forest Society appreciates the support of New Hampshire’s Congressional delegation who all have supported the bill since it was first introduced in 2018.

No cash? No problem! Mobile giving comes to Forest Society reservations.

The Forest Society partnered with Clean Energy NH, the Nature Conservancy and the Environmental & and Energy Technology Council of Maine on an informational webinar on what New Hampshire should do to prepare for a possible increase of large-scale solar development.