Forest Society Blog - News & Features

Tanya Tellman was honored as the Conservationist of the Year for her 30 years of volunteering at The Rocks and Bretzfelder Memorial Park, and for a lifetime of exemplary stewardship alongside her late husband Dave.

Ellen Kenny was named the Trish Churchill Volunteer of the Year at the119th Annual Meeting of the Forest Society.

Have you ever seen a wild albino turkey? Dave Anderson shares the science behind the scene.

The Forest Society has received a generous grant from the VF Foundation to support our efforts to protect Clay Brook Forest in Hampton Falls. The grant will help us conserve this land as an undeveloped, natural space for generations to come.

Especially in New Hampshire, oak mast follows a boom or bust cycle, which means the amount of acorns varies from year to year. Over time, evolution has favored the oak trees that demonstrate this boom or bust cycle.

The Forest Society released its 119th Annual Report, in advance of its annual meeting on September 26.

 

My two five-year-olds, newly initiated into kindergarten, reminded me authoritatively this week that it’s officially fall. How could I forget? Autumn has always been my favorite season in New Hampshire — my husband even proposed on a pumpkin.

The Forest Society recently completed the first phase of “Forest Society North,” a long-term plan to renovate and restore the landscape, facilities and program at The Rocks in Bethlehem, following the February 2019 fire which destroyed two historic buildings, the Tool Building and the Electric Plant.

Annie Gruczka was a volunteer at The Rocks for nearly 25 years and a member of the Bretzfelder Memorial Park Committee.