Forest Society Blog - News & Features

Despite the freezing temperatures, a hearty group of volunteers took part in the Forest Society's annual cleanup at Mount Major and left the trails pristine.

The proposed state budget the House of Representatives approved on April 7 contains $5 million each year for LCHIP. To compare, the current budget for Fiscal Years 2020 and 2021 provided $3.5 million for the program each year. LCHIP is mentioned on Page 95 of the sprawling

Pollen is incredibly important to our survival, so we should give it the credit it deserves.

We strongly encourage you to participate in this important project if you own current use land.

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.