Forest Society Blog - News & Features

3rd and 4th graders met Forest Society staff for a tour of our recent timber harvest.

The slow journey to and from ancestral nesting grounds often takes turtles across busy roadways.

It's wildfire season in New Hampshire and a good reminder to follow visitor use guidelines at Forest Society reservations.

Whether you're taking part in our Merrimack Paddle Challenge along the mighty Merrimack River or just planning to kayak in a local pond, it's important to recreate responsibly and safely this summer.

Nearly 40 volunteers, including groups from two high schools, planted more than 4,000 Christmas tree seedlings this month at The Rocks in Bethlehem.

Bluebirds are a familiar harbinger of spring, and they're also a conservation success story.

Honoring New Hampshire with a tree on the Capitol grounds.

What happens when a non-native herbivore sets up shop in New Hampshire?