Forest Society Blog - News & Features

Trail improvement projects are planned all over the mountain in this weeklong event.

Rehabilitated orphan yearling bears have moved-out of the Kilham Bear Center to large blocks of conserved rural forestland in locations far from human habitation.

Riddle me this: where is there a forest in New Hampshire that is only visible once or twice a day?

A recent tour of an active timber harvest at the Forest Society's 162-acre Lamprey River Forest provided an excellent opportunity to see the forestry underway.

How are woods and whales connected?

Old trees have lots to tell in their growth rings.

As the trees show us, sometimes you have to bend so you don't break!

The Forest Society recently welcomed three seasonal staff members to the team.

We encourage readers to contact Rep. Kuster to thank her for efforts on this legislation.