Forest Society Blog - News & Features

It snowed last night: a three inch thick coffin lid to our seemingly endless summer. The first snowfall arrives like a shot across the bow. We’d expected it but some still grumble.

The Global Change Research Act of 1990 mandates the U.S. Global Change Research Program prepare this report every four years.

Forester Gabe Roxby explained several of the wildlife habitat, soil, and water quality considerations of the timber harvest.

A guide to plowed Forest Society reservations so you can recreate responsibly this winter.

We are looking for volunteers to help sell pre-cut Christmas trees at The Rocks.

Use a new QR code to access the messages in multiple languages.

We're grateful to The Well School's 7th graders, who volunteered to assist with our ongoing research.

It's a holiday tradition to visit our Christmas tree farm in beautiful Bethlehem, New Hampshire.

Students walked the riverbank and took soil samples during habitat field trips.