Forest Society History

It's wildfire season in New Hampshire and a good reminder to follow visitor use guidelines at Forest Society reservations.

In the early 1700s more and more people were leaving England and coming to the American Colonies for a new life and hoping for less control from King George III. Forestry was an important industry in the new colonies and continues to be in NH today.

Uncovering black history at the Welch Family Farm & Forest.

Members of the NH Land Trust Coalition recently had the opportunity to visit the new marker designating the John Kulish Forest/Welch Family Farm as a point of interest along New Hampshire's Black Heritage Trail.

Three new members were elected to the Forest Society's Board of Trustees in September.

Look back at the Forest Society's Annual Meeting.

The marker to be unveiled September 18 will be the first outside of Portsmouth on the Black Heritage Trail.

There are so many amazing women involved with furthering the Forest Society's mission. This March, we highlight a few of these women and extend our appreciation to all women of the Forest Society and beyond.

A new archaeology study aims to date stone structures at Monson Center, a settlement constructed in the 1700s.