Forest Society Blog - News & Features

These extreme heat events are not rare anymore.

Today’s tourists to the White Mountains may not know it, but they’ve come in search of an Eden created by a legion of 19th-century landscape painters.

People have always intuitively felt better both physically and mentally after spending time in the outdoors.

It's blueberry season! Combine walking or hiking with blueberry picking on these five featured Forest Society reservations and easement lands.

Come along for a day at the beach with Creek Farm and the Gundalow Company!

Even with the threat of rain and storms, volunteers accomplished major trail structural improvements and retained important ecosystems at Mount Monadnock and Gap Mountain during this year’s event.

For young children and adults alike, the opportunity and excitement of being close to a wild animal can ignite a life-long interest in wildlife conservation.

With just two months left until the grand re-opening of The Rocks on September 23, work continues daily on the restoration of the Carriage Barn at the historic property.

What's the difference between a gorge and a flume and why do these natural space stay cool all year-round?