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Concord, N.H., April 1, 2008—The Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests, dedicated to land conservation and the wise use of the state’s abundant natural resources, hopes that a new development in the forests will promote both.


By Amy Quinton on Tuesday, April 1, 2008.

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Coyotes woke me again last night – those "Dogs of March" howl in nightly pursuit of winter-weakened deer. At daybreak, a distant chorus of raucous crows likely marks the location of a new-fallen deer. The crust on the deep snow won't support a deer, but it does aid their pursuers.

Good Forestry and Good Public Policy
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by Jane Difley


29 Towns Vote on 30 Land Conservation Appropriations this Year

Land Use Change Tax Allocations on ballots in 18 towns

Had a rough day at the office? A stressful commute, a traffic jam, paper jam in the copier machine? The coffee-maker broke or you broke a fingernail?

 “The most delightful of all farm work, or of all rural occupations, is at hand, namely, sugar-making… broad pans boil and foam; and I ask no other delight than to watch and tend them all day… I should at least be tempted to follow the season up the mountains, camping this week on one terrace

New Hampshire Farm and Forest Exposition Celebrates 25 Years of Rural Heritage in the heart of the Queen City.

"Welcome to Farm and Forest Nation!"

Andorra Forest, 2008 Tree Farm of the Year