Education

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. The Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests and many other local nonprofits are offering a myriad of digital and virtual educational resources for all ages.

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.

The Forest Society plans to renovate the existing historic Carriage Barn at the Rocks as its new “Forest Society North” Conservation Center.

Support the Forest Society in February by voting online and we could win a grant from the Bangor Savings Bank Foundation's Community Matters More initiative. 

Winter Wildlife Education Events with Susan Morse
 

North Country

October is often the busiest month of the year at Mt Major and particularly for the NH elementary and middle schools partnering with the Forest Society as we offer the autumn season of in-school and on-mountainpresentations we call our "Mount Major Outdoor Classroom."