Forest Society Blog - News & Features

This week marks the 96th anniversary of the protection of Franconia Notch. We are the future generations that have benefited from the vision and action of our forebears.

The Forest Society and our partners at the Granite State Division of the Society of American Foresters and UNH Cooperative Extension are sponsoring a new webinar series.

We encourage you to #hikelocal, #walklocal and stay safe and healthy in the outdoors. Here are a few guidelines to share.

Spring ephemeral is the term used for many of New Hampshire's wildflowers that show off in the spring and then move on to a different life cycle where they wither away back underground after going through a reproductive phase. The short definition is growing over a short amount of time.

In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, the health and well-being of our staff and community is our greatest priority. Here is how we are doing our part to prevent the continued spread of COVID-19.

The Department of Natural and Cultural Resources announced it extended the deadline for applications for the State Forester position to June 19.

The State Legislature is slowly resuming activities since the Covid-19 pandemic forced it to suspend its work in mid-March. Several committees and commissions had been holding hearings remotely over the last several weeks.

The Forest Society's Steven Junkin talks about turkey hunting from his home in New Hampshire in this extra episode of Lunchtime Live.

Birds are always spectacular in May. Now, more of us are actually watching and listening carefully. To quote Hall of Fame Baseball legend Yogi Berra: “You can observe a lot by watching."