Even with the threat of rain and storms, volunteers accomplished major trail structural improvements and retained important ecosystems at Mount Monadnock and Gap Mountain during this year’s event.
For young children and adults alike, the opportunity and excitement of being close to a wild animal can ignite a life-long interest in wildlife conservation.
With just two months left until the grand re-opening of The Rocks on September 23, work continues daily on the restoration of the Carriage Barn at the historic property.
What's the difference between a gorge and a flume and why do these natural space stay cool all year-round?
The New Hampshire Legislature recently wrapped up its busy 2023 session. Here is a recap of the priority issues and bills this session for the Forest Society.
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.