Forest Society Blog - News & Features

Set on a hillside in Bethlehem, enjoying the majestic panoramic view of the White Mountains, sits the Forest Society’s 1,400-acre North Country Conservation and Education Center and certified Christmas tree farm, The Rocks.

Concord, N.H.,—The Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests hopes to permanently conserve 2,100 acres on the upper reaches of the Connecticut River in Clarksville that features five miles of pristine river frontage and extensive views from U.S.

Trees for Troops at the Rocks Estate

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Contact:

Amanda Nickerson Freitas, Communications Specialist

Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests

(603) 224-9945, ext. 301

Contact:
Jack Savage, VP for Communications & Outreach
Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests
(603) 224-9945, ext. 330;

Forest Journal

After The Fall
By Dave Anderson

New Hampshire Sunday News
Publication date: November 11, 2007

“And I hope when I get older I don’t just sit around thinkin’ about it – but I probably will.”
– Bruce Springsteen, from “Glory Days.”

New Hampshire Residents Concerned About Climate Change

Survey shows range of attitude

CONCORD, NH--The Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests commends Gov. John Lynch for his defense of the existing Mount Sunapee Ski Area lease in the face of a lawsuit by the lessees, Tim and Diane Mueller.

Bulkeley Family Conserves Cornish Colony Land