Membership

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.

The Forest Society released its 119th Annual Report, in advance of its annual meeting on September 26.

This week marks the 96th anniversary of the protection of Franconia Notch. We are the future generations that have benefited from the vision and action of our forebears.

Forest Society members share an easy, solitary adventure during a time of social distancing.

Each year, the Forest Society honors someone whose outstanding dedication to conservation in New Hampshire is deserving of the organization’s highest recognition. This year we recognized Martha Chandler, of Laconia, as that person at our annual meeting on September 24 in Durham.

Rick and Wendy Van de Poll, Center Sandwich

Members since 1990

Your continued support makes us what we are today – one of the most effective statewide land conservation organizations in the country. Through our members, the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests has helped to protect over a million acres throughout the state, including some of the most stunning landscapes, important wildlife habitat and popular outdoor recreation destinations in the Northeast.

With your renewal, you will continue to receive Forest Notes, our quarterly, award-winning magazine and invitations to special events.

Members take in the view from a porch overlooking a forest.
Forest Society members gather on a field trip during our annual meeting.

There are many ways you (or your business) can support the conservation work of the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests.