The Tax Credits are being used to renovate the 1884 Carriage Barn as a new program and event center at The Rocks, which will be known as the Forest Society North at The Rocks.
Over the past year, we completed 12 land protection projects, encompassing nearly 2,200 acres.
Most notably, two of the top five cities that experienced the largest increase in winter temperatures were in New England.
A brush pile releases valuable nutrients back to the soil. It also provides habitat for all sorts of animals, like insects, salamanders, and mice. Even the smallest creatures need food, cover, and space.
Over 500 organizations from around the country signed onto the letter.
To learn about the University of New Hampshire’s research into the findings on the community and economic implications of assessing and improving access to nature, click here to register for a January 19 webinar
Students begin the program in kindergarten by planting their own Christmas trees at The Rocks.
The Forest Society has received three grant awards totaling $307,500 to support land conservation projects in Canterbury, Concord, and Middleton.
This year, Dave Anderson was accompanied not only by his son, but also grandson for the first time.