The report estimates New Hampshire saw $2.6 billion in value added from the outdoor recreation sector in 2021.

The report found that climate change has increased cold season snowmelt, the amount of winter precipitation falling as rain, and the frequency of rain-on-snow precipitation events.

The Forest Society has long had a special connection to Mt. Sunapee.

The purpose of the Congressional letter is to address the continuing rapid nature loss, persistent inequality of access to parks and outdoor recreation opportunities, and growing climate impacts.

The Commission will meet next on December 14.

Stay tuned to the Forest Advocate for updates on this issue.

Are high fossil fuel heating prices are driving changes in policy and public perception towards wood heat?

Although the act's fundamental purpose is to stabilize and strengthen the economy, the legislation proactively takes on climate change.

Contact your local representative to override the veto of HB 1454.