Yes, hunting consistent with state law is allowed on all Forest Society reservations unless explicitly posted otherwise. You do not need to ask permission to hunt on a reservation. Temporary tree stands which attach to a tree without damaging it in any way are also permitted.
Hunting is a low-impact recreational activity that does not harm the natural resource values of Forest Society reservations. It is a popular activity in New Hampshire, and the Forest Society believes it is important to maintain conservation lands that can be used for this purpose. Many hunters have a strong land ethic and the Forest Society is proud to support multiple methods of connecting people to the outdoors, including hunting.