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The crew grew quiet as we approached the nest. They whispered and walked slowly, carefully scanning the tree tops overhead and behind them. At the snap of a dry twig underfoot, a goshawk leaped from the rim of its nest and screamed "Kak! Kak! Kak!" as it circled above the pines. I froze …

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August 18, 2005

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Charlie Niebling, (603) 224-9945

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August 16, 2005

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Chris Wells, Forest Society, 603-224-9945 / 603-496-9246 cell or

Joyce El Kouarti, Moose Mountains Regional Greenways, 603-817-8260

On the eve of the first measurable December snowfall, a time of thin ice and rattling beech leaves, I joined three colleagues on a rugged bushwhack to a remote corner of a Society-owned forest reservation. It's not often that the conservation business is as tangible as it was that early winter …

Statement by Jane A. Difley, President/Forester, Regarding DRED Commissioner’s Recommendation To Authorize Expanding Mt. Sunapee Lease Boundary

May 3, 2005

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March 23, 2005

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Chris Wells or Dijit Taylor, 603-224-9945

March 7, 2005

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Jim Graham, Chris Wells or Dijit Taylor, 224-9945

Charley Hosmer shuffles out of his sugarhouse as I approach. He squints in curiosity and then relaxes in recognition. He ducks inside to check the boiling maple sap and I follow him. "How's it running?" I ask.

February 4, 2005

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Jim Graham (603) 224-9945 or
Kelly Whalen (603) 431-0816