Forest Society Blog - News & Features

What changing fall colors reveal about the underlying granite landscape

Broad-leaved, deciduous hardwood trees lose their leaves every year. Evergreen, coniferous softwood trees do not. But why?

Behind the impressive economic engine of regional tourism, …

Forest Society Offers Chainsaw Safety Workshop

Forest Society Organizes Work Party to Clean Up Reservation in Wilton

The remaining forestland owned by the Wright family in rural Lempster includes the open summit of aptly named “Silver Mountain,” elevation 2,160’. The family-owned “Wright’s Silver Polish” of Keene is a product well known to those whose silverware annually graces holiday dinner tables.

Forest Society Conserves 100 Acres on the North Side of Bartlett Mountain


Concord, NH, September 9, 2009 — The Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests has conserved 100 acres on the north side of Bartlett Mountain in Bartlett.

Forest Society Invites Public to Tour Silver Mountain, Long Pond, and Sand Pond 

John Rockwood’s Art on Display at Conservation Center in Concord


John Rockwood’s wildlife photography will be on display through October 12 at the Conservation Center in Concord, NH.