Education

The summer series of "Five Easy Hikes In Five Weeks"  wrapped up with a group ascent of Mt. Major on Wednesday, July 26. 

The Forest Society's Mount Major Outdoor Classroom (MMOC) Program gained some new capacity this spring.  This program is provided to elementary and middle schools that already send students on field trips to hike Mount Major.

The specter of drought is often raised in these early days of summer. And for good reason, though water levels have returned to normal around New Hampshire, state officials are still warning residents to remain cautious after last summer's drought.

Thursday, June 1, 2017 - 4:00pm

The Fells June 2017 evening programs series

John Hay's Boyhood Summers Spent at The Fells

Thursday, June 1, 2017
4:00pm 6:00pm 

The Fells Historic Estate & Gardens 456 Route 103A Newbury, NH, 03255 / 603-763-4789

Monday, February 20, 2017 - 10:00am

Snowshoe Hike at Forest Society’s Morse Preserve, Alton

Monday February 20, 2017    10 am to 1:30 pm

On Saturday, January 7, fifty people hiked from the active timber landing along the Marlboro Trail to see active timber harvesting on 65 acres on the lower slopes of the Forest Society's 4500-acre Monadnock Reservation in Jaffrey.

I met the Kingswood Regional Middle School  "Project Vista" students and staff team in their Wolfeboro social studies classroom on the day before their late fall hike to Mount Major in mid-November.

Saturday, January 7, 2017 - 9:00am

Timber Harvesting Tour at Mount Monadnock

The Forest Society will host a public tour to showcase timber harvest activities being conducted on the Forest Society's Monadnock Forest Reservation above the Shaker Farm Road in Jaffrey. This tour will share the forestry prescriptions and logging activity taking place on approximately 50 acres adjacent to the Marlboro Trail.

Oyster River HIgh School students in Jon Bromley's Ecology classes and in Kara Sullivan's Nature Writing classes visited the Powder Major Forest on October 26 for a field laboratory of ecological investigation and written nature journal exercises.