Forest Society Blog - News & Features

The 2021 Class of Leadership Greater Nashua recently toured trails on the City's Southwest Trails network with Forest Society staff.

During a time when the future has been unpredictable and accessibility to familiar people and places has been limited, there does seem to be one thing that many people have gained: a fresh connection to their local forests.

The Venture Out Project trips mean so much to the people in the LGBTQ+ community who are searching for a respite from the real world and a chance to bond with others like them in a whole new way.

The Forest Society strongly supports this bi-partisan the Forest Incentives Program Act.

For some, maple sugaring is a perennial ritual, painstakingly completed as we usher out the bitter wisps of winter, and embrace balmier, brighter days of early spring.

New Hampshire PBS will air the Forest Society's acclaimed documentary on Thursday, April 1 at 8 PM.

There are so many amazing women involved with furthering the Forest Society's mission. This March, we highlight a few of these women and extend our appreciation to all women of the Forest Society and beyond.

Due to COVID, The Rocks' traditional maple tours are going virtual for this year's sugaring season. Join Forest Society North Country Property Director Nigel Manley on March 25 and March 27 to learn more about the history and process behind making maple syrup.