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CONCORD, N.H. (Oct. 18, 2019)— At the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests’ 118th Annual Meeting held in September, the organization appointed five new members to the Board of Trustees.

Concord, N.H. (Oct. 18, 2019) - At the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests Annual Meeting, the organization presents its Conservationist of the Year Award.

Never fails – the fall foliage is stunning. The October full moon marks the mid-point of the Columbus Day weekend with peak foliage across the Lakes Region and peak leaf peeping statewide.

Enjoy photos from our 2019 Annual Meeting. Members and guest enjoyed summit views from Pine Mountain to a pontoon ride with the Forest Society's new President, Jack Savage.

So when I called my wife, Cheryl Kimball, who is here tonight, to tell her the board had voted to confirm my appointment as the President of the Forest Society, she congratulated me. She then reminded me that at home I will most assuredly continue to be Vice President.

Autumn in New Hampshire is a wonderful time to watch and observe some easily recognizable stages of natural cycles: hawks migrating, leaves changing color…bears fattening up as they get ready to hibernate.

Annual Meeting Remarks by President/Forester Jane A. Difley

Gunstock Mountain Resort, Sept. 28, 2019

As you know, this is our 118th Annual Meeting, the first being in 1902 after our founding on Feb. 6, 1901. This is my 24th—and last--as your President/Forester.