Forest Society Blog - News & Features

It marked the first year that the loading wasn’t done at The Rocks Estate, just up the road and where major renovations are advancing to convert the Carriage Barn into the northern headquarters for SPNHF.

Forest Society staff and business members donate trees to the program each year that are grown at The Rocks in Bethlehem, as do tree farmers from across New Hampshire and Vermont.

The conservation of these two properties enlarges the Morse Preserve and creates a block of 1,250 acres of conserved land at the southern end of the Belknap Mountain Range.

The report found that climate change has increased cold season snowmelt, the amount of winter precipitation falling as rain, and the frequency of rain-on-snow precipitation events.

The students were enthusiastic during a group in-school presentation the prior week to get psyched for their Monday hike.

The report estimates New Hampshire saw $2.6 billion in value added from the outdoor recreation sector in 2021.

"Something Wild" is joint production of NH Audubon, The Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests & NHPR.

It snowed last night: a three inch thick coffin lid to our seemingly endless summer. The first snowfall arrives like a shot across the bow. We’d expected it but some still grumble.

The Global Change Research Act of 1990 mandates the U.S. Global Change Research Program prepare this report every four years.