Forest Society Blog - News & Features

An addition to Champlin Forest is within reach after a Land & Community Heritage Investment Program Grant, NH Department of Environmental Services Aquatic Resource Mitigation Grant, and Rochester Conservation Commission Support.

Decreased daylight lowers testosterone, which causes the connection between antler and skull to weaken and the antlers to fall off. In New Hampshire this typically happens in January, although it can vary. But that’s NOT the end of the story!

The NH/VT Trees for Troops program sent 398 trees south to service members this year.

Your generosity pays dividends today and for future generations.

Issue areas that will be of interest to environmental protection and conservation stakeholders in New Hampshire in the upcoming legislative session.

Winter Notes

By Jill Armstrong

Strolling through grassy fields, our eyes shielded from the bright sun overhead, my boyfriend, Matt, and I inspected rows of evergreen trees for the perfect one to bring home for the holidays.

Action alert: encourage our state's U.S. Senators to support the Recovering America's Wildlife Act.

The legislation authorization had been lapsed since 2013.

The program's $35 million investment has helped permanently conserve 53,307 acres of land and preserve 177 historic buildings.