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.

CONCORD – Sept. 16, 2014 – For the good of wildlife, working forests, productive farmland, and public access for fishing, hunting and other low-impact recreation, the Society for the Protection of N.H.

TAMWORTH – June 24, 2014 –The Tamworth Conservation Commission and the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests (Forest Society) are celebrating the conservation of two properties in Tamworth totaling 166 acres of land that will be protected forever from development and kept open for w

Three of the many reasons Liz and Dennis Hager donated a conservation easement on their 140-acres in New Hampton are carved into an interior door of their farmhouse: I.H.M.

Steve Couture had just trekked across a field on snowshoes and come into full view of the Merrimack River in Hooksett when he stopped to look up, joking that it would be a perfect time for a bald eagle to fly over.

 None did.

Changing Landscapes

New Hampshire is unusually well endowed with forests and sparkling waters. We enjoy walking, hiking, picnicking, hunting, and working on our lands. Products from the forests and farmland nourish and shelter us. Open space sustains our economy and our culture.

The landscapes of New Hampshire help define and enrich our quality of life.