Forest Society Blog - News & Features

To celebrate Earth Day, the Forest Society staff shares their picks for their favorite places on Earth.

The students in 3rd and 4th grade classes were able to walk from their school to the nearby McCabe Forest to learn and explore habitats for terrestrial red back salamanders and carefully rolled logs to find salamanders living in the forest.

A look back on the volunteer events we've hosted in the past month.

Here are a few ways you can help us protect our state's natural places in honor of Earth Day on Saturday, April 22.

Even if you’re a long-time Granite Stater, and have learned to appreciate this so-called “micro-season,” you might not know what’s really taking place during early bud-burst.

Love Mt. Major? Help keep it clean!

If you're looking for some nature themed picture books to share with your young naturalist, look no further than this month's installation of Sophie Suggests!

A new study estimates that one-third of our native bees in the northeast are forest specialists, taking advantage of the nectar and pollen produced by trees and spring ephemerals in the forest understory.

Langwood Tree Farm has participated in the N.H. Tree Farm program since 1979