Forest Society Blog - News & Features

Standing dead trees (often called snags) are common in our forests, and it’s hard to overstate just how vital a role they play in a healthy ecosystem.

BETHLEHEM — While still recovering from a fire earlier this year that destroyed its historic Tool Building, The Rocks Estate is nonetheless ready to greet visitors for another holiday season, with cut-your-own Christmas trees resuming on Nov. 23.

 

There’s just something about the rural November landscape that whispers. It conveys a feeling of antiquity, a kind of sepia-toned memory as if the land itself remembers and projects a younger self-portrait; a time well before we called them “selfies.”

There’s no better place to get into the holiday spirit than on Christmas Lane, home of the Forest Society’s The Rocks’ Christmas Tree Farm.

At an October conference in Concord, the future of wood as a desirable structural framework for construction of large commercial buildings was presented as an ec

The December prior to the start of a new session in the New Hampshire Legislature is a surprisingly busy time of year.  It is during this period when State Senators and State Representatives file what are known as “Legislative Service Requests” or “LSRs” for short.  An LSR is an initial proposal

During the U.S. Senate’s consideration of the Fiscal Year 2020 Appropriation bill for the U.S.

Thank you to everyone who helped us reach our goal for Sullivan Farm in Nashua. The fundraising is done, and we expect to complete the conservation easement in November.