Earth Day 2022
Celebrate the earth all month long with the Forest Society this April.
In previous years, cleanup day at Mount Major has been a group activity. For 2022, the hike is self-guided, and the trash pickup is on your own, a DIY challenge.
Here are some of the virtual and in-person activities you can participate in to celebrate Earth Day all month long and support the Forest Society's mission to keep forests as forests:
- Help plant Christmas tree seedlings at The Rocks in Bethlehem on Friday, May 6 and Monday, May 9. Sign up here.
- The Forest Society's home in Concord, the Conservation Center, will get its own cleanup day on Friday, April 28, from 9 AM to noon. Sign up to help here.
- Find more opportunities to help out here.
Learn, Connect & Give
- Watch the Forest Society's acclaimed documentary, The Merrimack: River at Risk, on your own screen for FREE. Did you know the Merrimack River watershed was declared one of the most endangered rivers in the United States in 2016? Can we save it? Find out by watching the film.
- Register for one of the Forest Society's upcoming educational events.
- Ensure the Granite State's forests are protected in perputity by joining the Forest Society as a MEMBER or contribute to one of our ongoing land protection projects. We appreciate your support!