Education

The Forest Society's Steven Junkin talks about turkey hunting from his home in New Hampshire in this extra episode of Lunchtime Live.

We heard you! For the Forest Society's many members who are interested in viewing our Facebook Lunchtime Live episodes on a separate platform from social media, we have posted past Fireside Fridays and Virtual Field Trips here.

Since mid-March, my family and I have been doing a lot of walking in the woods. Daily hikes on quiet, local trails have become our sanity in this constricted and complicated reality that we are living in.

Here are a few recommendations from the Forest Society’s staff for you to watch, read, and listen to now that we're all staying closer to home.

 

Join Andy Crowley, Land Steward Program Coordinator and carpenter, for a new woodworking project on the Forest Society's Facebook page each Wednesday and new videos will be available to view directly following each broadcast on Facebook and then posted here as well by the next day.

Build a Bird Shelf- (Video was recorded live)

Luckily, whether you’re self-isolating inside, keeping to your neighborhood or you have easy access to forests and fields, it’s easier than ever to grow your connections to the natural world.

In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, the health and well-being of our staff and community is our greatest priority. Here is how we are doing our part to prevent the continued spread of COVID-19.

Something Wild is joint production of NH Audubon, The Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests & NHPR.

A perfectly clear, 'bluebird day" greeted particpants arriving to hike with Sue Morse of Keeping Track at The Fells in mid-February.