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Winter Notes

By Jill Armstrong

Strolling through grassy fields, our eyes shielded from the bright sun overhead, my boyfriend, Matt, and I inspected rows of evergreen trees for the perfect one to bring home for the holidays.

Action alert: encourage our state's U.S. Senators to support the Recovering America's Wildlife Act.

The legislation authorization had been lapsed since 2013.

The program's $35 million investment has helped permanently conserve 53,307 acres of land and preserve 177 historic buildings.

Rough-legged hawks fly 2000 miles from Nunavik to New Hampshire to winter here- keep an eye out for them!

There are plenty of locally-grown Christmas trees at local farms.

Get a jumpstart into the holiday spirit by volunteering!

The presence of hunters can offend or even frighten some hikers unaccustomed to hunting activity.

From Andrew Brook Forest to Weeks Woods, nearly 350 people took part in the Forest Society's 5 Hikes Challenge this year