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.

Dec. 15, 2014 – Cecily Clark of Ossipee has donated a 250-acre property off Beach Pond Road in Wolfeboro to the Society for the Protection of N.H. Forests (Forest Society), to be conserved and managed as the Moody Mountain Reservation.


Conservation Easement in Wolfeboro, 350 Acres, Conserved 1994. Photo courtesy Lyndsey Marston

A spring storm fades over the White Mountains, as seen from the Christmas tree fields at The Rocks.
The Rocks, Bethlehem (Photo: Chris Whiton)

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Prescribed burn on the Harmon Preserve in Freedom Courtesy Photo - TNC
Responsible and sustainable forest management has remained at the center

CONCORD, N.H., July 10, 2012The Forest Society is currently raising money to conserve a 270-acre parcel owned by the Hazelton family on Braley Road in Hebron, New Hampshire. A $30,000 grant from the John Gemmill Newfound Fund gives the Forest Society a great start to meeting its

Carl Wallman recently donated his third conservation easement to the Forest Society, protecting an additional 40 acres of his picturesque Harmony Hill Farm in Northwood.  In doing so, Carl has added to a protected block of 2,310 acres within the neighborhood of the Northwood Area Land Management

Forest Society Agrees to Pursue Conservation Outcome on BALSAMS Land 

Nearly 6,000 Acres, Scenic Views, Working Forest

The Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests came to agreement with the Tillotson Corporation to conserve much of the land surrounding the historic BALSAMS Hotel in Dixville Notch, NH.