Forest Society Blog - News & Features

The presence of hunters can offend or even frighten some hikers unaccustomed to hunting activity.

From Andrew Brook Forest to Weeks Woods, nearly 350 people took part in the Forest Society's 5 Hikes Challenge this year

The Rocks will be open daily starting Nov. 26 for cut-your-own Christmas trees, fresh-cut trees, and wreaths.

Three new members were elected to the Forest Society's Board of Trustees in September.

Beaver dams create an entire ecosystem that allows birds, insects and other animals to flourish.

We were thrilled to see members in person during our fall guided hike series.

The Forest Society's North Country Operations Director was recognized for partnering with Granite State Ambassadors.

Congress is currently considering a substantial investment in forest conservation that would grow the economy, create jobs, and take critical action on climate change.

Although the rivers were flowing high and fast this summer due to heavy rains, the paddlers reported a variety of wildlife sightings — from beavers to eagles — and thought-provoking experiences.