Forestry

Meet the interns and seasonal staff that you'll see at our reservations this summer and fall.

Pollen is incredibly important to our survival, so we should give it the credit it deserves.

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 photo of trees in sunshine underneath the words Cottrell-Baldwin Environmental Lecture Series with logos of the NH Dept of Natural & Cultural Resources and the Forest Society.

Cottrell-Baldwin Series 2022: A Look Back Through the Trees

The sustainable management of forests for wood products is a significant part of the Forest Society’s purpose for owning and managing conservation land. The Forest Society supports public policy initiatives which promote the wise use of forests for building construction, furniture, paper and energy including the harvesting of low-grade wood for energy. 

Do you want to know more about how to manage your woodlot? Contact your County Forester at http://www.nhwoods.org.

Do you think you have an invasive bug on your property?  The following link will allow you to report, identify, and learn more about invasive pests in NH http://nhbugs.org.

Are you looking for a licensed forester

Forwarder in action sustainable forestry in New Hampshire
A machine called a "forwarder" in action on Blaine Forest in Jaffrey, NH.