Forest Society Blog - News & Features

Autumn as arrived. As the leaves begin to change we want to take a moment to reflect on this year's exciting (and humid) summer season.

 “There is nothing – absolutely nothing – half so much worth doing as simply messing about in boats.” - Kenneth Grahame (The Wind in the Willows).  The Gundalow Company ‘River Rats’ and Discovery camps embrace the idea of spending time where the water meets the land.  During these week-l

Make plans to visit the Currier Museum this autumn or winter to view The Blue Trees exhibit.

"The Blue Trees" exhibit will run outside the Currier Museum in Manchester from Fall 2018 to Spring 2019

Forest Society staffer Matt Leahy joined with Commissioner of the Department of Natural and Cultural Resources Sarah Stewart and other New Hampshire-based advocates of the Land and Water Conservation Fund on September 13 at Pawtuckaway State Park to thank Senator Shaheen for her on-going work to

On September 13, the Natural Resources Committee in the U.S. House of Representatives approved legislation (H.R. 502) to permanently reauthorize the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF).

The Department of Natural and Cultural Resources will hold a public information session on the proposed assignment of the State’s lease of a portion of Mount Sunapee State Park. 

Only the fourth president/forester to lead the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests since its founding in 1901, Jane Difley has a long history in the fields of conservation and forestry.

Kirk Dorsey wanted to be an ornithologist, so he went to Cornell University. “But I was not a particularly good student at ornithology…all the biology classes. But I was taking history classes for fun.” And in his junior year he found himself in a US Foreign Policy class.

The fall foliage will be spectacular in New Hampshire where the colors inspire us to embrace all things autumn.