Forest Society Blog - News & Features

With just one last remaining mature Mulberry tree clinging precariously to the steep north bank of the Merrimack River in Concord, Forest Society staff have long-wished to plant replacements at the Merrimack River Outdoor Education & Conservation Area.

Please contact your state senator and ask them to support HB 1454!

Renewal of life — birds and blossoms — provide solace in times of stress.

Spring is the best time of year to plant trees so we thought now is a good time to share the basics of tree planting with you.

Through the decades, Manley established a thriving operation with some 32,000 Christmas trees in the fields, has greeted thousands of families making the annual tradition to The Rocks to cut their own trees, and has developed a robust set of education programs,.

Manley will continue to work part-time for the Forest Society on a variety of programs.

The result, four growing seasons later, is an amazing carpet of white pine seedlings.

Ann and Marc Davis have been named New Hampshire’s 2022 Outstanding Tree Farmers of the Year.

With rain and warm temperatures in the forecast, tonight could be the big night in many regions of the state.