Forest Society Blog - News & Features

While the Coskie family will continue to own the land and manage it for sustainable forestry, the conservation easement protects the natural features forever.

The report says precipitation events have increased by about 60% in the Northeast.

The State aims to develop a plan with three broad goals.

Our collective work is as important today as it has ever been.

Thanks for getting outside with us this fall and we'll see you in 2024.

“Deer are amazing creatures,” says Anderson. “There are lots of reasons to know more about deer, and learning about deer allows us to learn more about forests.”

Moberly, a resident of Littleton, will collaborate with staff across the organization to further develop the visitor experience at Forest Society North and invigorate a well-established volunteer program.

When the Forest Society's Education Center at Creek Farm was gifted a few Eastern White Pine trees from Eversource after they needed to be removed from Little Harbor Road last year, I knew we had a plethora of ways that the wood could be put to good use in the community. We use products made from

If you're craving the scent of natural balsam fir look no further than The Forest Society’s Christmas Tree Farm at The Rocks