Land Conservation

When you imagine a forest that is full of wildlife, you may imagine a forest that consists of really old and large trees. However, the largest diversity of wildlife will be found in dense thickets with trees no older than ten years old!

New Hampshire is a pretty cool place. There are mountains, rivers, lakes, oceans, and a lot of trees. NH is over 80% forested (83% currently as measured by USDA Forest Service), but it hasn’t always been that way.

Conserving 115 acres of Agricultural Land

Clay Brook Forest – Hampton Falls, NH

Expanding Conservation Land and Trail Access along the Taylor River

Please join the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests (“Forest Society”) in conserving an exceptional 1.8-mile stretch of the Ammonoosuc River in Bethlehem.

Downloadable PDF - Assets to Acres Brochure

MADBURY, DURHAM, LEE – Feb. 27, 2017 – Working with the towns of Madbury, Durham and Lee, along with hundreds of volunteers and donors, the Society for the Protection of N.H. Forests (Forest Society) bought a 192-acre property at the juncture of the three towns on Feb.

DURHAM – Dec. 12, 2016 – As diners left the Oyster River High School’s cafeteria Friday night and students cleaned tables and washed dishes, Lauren Quest, a senior and co-leader of the school’s Sustainability Club, smiled and shook her head in amazement.