Forest Society Blog - News & Features

When you imagine a forest that is full of wildlife, you may imagine a forest that consists of really old and large trees. However, the largest diversity of wildlife will be found in dense thickets with trees no older than ten years old!

Winter Wildlife Education Events with Susan Morse
 

North Country

NASHUA, N.H. (Dec. 11, 2019) —The Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests (Forest Society) closed today on a conservation easement to protect Nashua’s last remaining working farm.

The U.S. Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee voted to recommend legislation to the full Senate that would automatically fully fund the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF). Although neither of the New Hampshire’s U.S.

**THIS LECTURE SERIES IS CANCELLED.**

 When we think about the kinds of people making important contributions to science, we might imagine someone in a white lab coat, squinting into a microscope, or pouring over reams of computer data.

Winter precipitation often includes heavy wet snow or freezing rain and trees must endure the weather. Despite what Sci-Fi or Fantasy authors might imagine, trees can’t lumber away to a more hospitable climate. Winter coping strategies vary by species.

The Forest Society is part of the fabric of New Hampshire – watch our video to learn more.