Concord, N.H., April 1, 2008—The Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests, dedicated to land conservation and the wise use of the state’s abundant natural resources, hopes that a new development in the forests will promote both.
Coyotes woke me again last night – those "Dogs of March" howl in nightly pursuit of winter-weakened deer. At daybreak, a distant chorus of raucous crows likely marks the location of a new-fallen deer. The crust on the deep snow won't support a deer, but it does aid their pursuers.
“The most delightful of all farm work, or of all rural occupations, is at hand, namely, sugar-making… broad pans boil and foam; and I ask no other delight than to watch and tend them all day… I should at least be tempted to follow the season up the mountains, camping this week on one terrace