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The afternoon sunset glows pink, reflecting off my windowpanes at 3:45. Against the lethargy of the approaching winter night, I trudge uphill into the gathering gloom, carrying a sack of wood shavings, a folding chair, a steel can of diesel fuel, and a box of wooden safety matches in my pocket. …

When the first hard freeze arrives, there's really no point in resisting. It's better to acclimatize and harden against the cold like an evergreen. That "cold to the bone" chill of early winter freezes fingertips and nostrils, an old familiar feeling.

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Support the Forest Society in Steeplegate Mall Giving Spree

Support the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests and save money by participating in The Giving Spree at the Steeplegate Mall in Concord, NH.

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Perhaps my favorite end-of-the-field-season excursion is an annual field trip with Colby-Sawyer College students to visit the old growth forest in the “east bowl” on Mt. Sunapee. On Halloween, Dr.

Concord, N.H., November 3, 2008 — The Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests announces the election of Katharine Eneguess of Jaffrey and Jonathan Dawson of Deering to the Board of Trustees.