Land Conservation

The Forest Society is New Hampshire's largest and oldest land trust. Visit this page to explore stories related to land conservation in New Hampshire.

“Alan loved the underdogs and always pushed for audacious goals,” said Jack Savage, after Lewis' sudden passing in early November.

Women in the Woods is a collaboration between UNH Cooperative ExtensionNH Timberland Owners Association, the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests, and other partners aimed at connecting women forest landowners, managers, and stewards with the resources, skills, and community they need to make informed stewardship decisions that promote healthy forest resources.

The Forest Society has long had a special connection to Mt. Sunapee.

Nearly the entirety of the property is located within the Conservation Focus Areas of the Lakes Region Conservation Plan.

There are many ways to support the Forest Society's mission this holiday season.

The Forest Society plans to celebrate the expansion of the Champlin Forest with a winter walk to be scheduled later this year.

My favorite sign of spring is the start of maple season. From tree to table, I teach my children that it's a sweet reminder our forests are always working. 

1,200 feet of frontage is newly protected along the Merrimack River

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.