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.

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

The building renovation is the central element of a multi-phased plan to re-envision The Rocks.

Sometimes called a Marsh Hawk, the northern harrier is currently one the rarest birds of prey nesting in the Granite State.

Help Expand the Weeks Woods Reservation in Gilford!

A guide to plowed Forest Society reservations so you can recreate responsibly this winter.

The Board of Directors of the Land and Community Heritage Investment Program (LCHIP) has announced $4.1 million dollars in matching grants awarded to thirty-two projects across the state.

Owned by the Forest Society and leased by GoodWork, the historic Carey Cottage has its first nonprofit tenant after renovations were completed.

Tanya Tellman was honored as the Conservationist of the Year for her 30 years of volunteering at The Rocks and Bretzfelder Memorial Park, and for a lifetime of exemplary stewardship alongside her late husband Dave.

The Forest Society has received a generous grant from the VF Foundation to support our efforts to protect Clay Brook Forest in Hampton Falls. The grant will help us conserve this land as an undeveloped, natural space for generations to come.