Jack Savage

Vice President, Communications and Outreach
Outreach Programs

Savage oversees all aspects of the Forest Society’s publications, public relations, and educational programming. He serves as executive editor of the quarterly magazine, Forest Notes, and regularly contributes a “Forest Journal” column in the Union Leader newspaper.

Savage lives in a historic farmhouse in Middleton. A certified Tree Farmer, Savage is also active in his community, serving as town moderator and formerly as selectman, chair of the Planning Board, and chair of the ZBA. As a volunteer and member of the regional conservation group Moose Mountains Regional Greenways, Savage helped facilitate the Forest Society’s conservation of more than 2,000 acres in the Moose Mountains range.

As a writer and publisher, Savage has broad experience in newspapers, magazines, and book publishing. He is a former editor of NH Profilesmagazine, publisher of NH Seacoast Sunday newspaper, and operator of his own company, Carriage House Publishing. He currently serves on the board of Moose Mountains Regional Greenways and was a founding board member and past president of the New Hampshire Writers Project.