Recreation

The Forest Society's mission includes conserving lands that provide recreational opportunities--and economic benefits through tourism--for New Hampshire residents and visitors. Visit this page to explore stories related to recreation on conserved lands.

Photo by Jerry Monkman
Our reservations are open to the public for many kinds of pedestrian recreation.

Something Wild is joint production of NH Audubon, The Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests & NHPR.

We recommend listening to it in it's original format but a transcript of the show is also below.

Luckily, whether you’re self-isolating inside, keeping to your neighborhood or you have easy access to forests and fields, it’s easier than ever to grow your connections to the natural world. The Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests and many other local nonprofits are offering a myriad of digital and virtual educational resources for all ages.

Forest Society, NH Audubon, NH TNC and AMC all caution would-be hikers to seek out local conservation lands rather than the most popular spots in order to maintain distancing protocols.

The Moran easement puts in place one more piece of a puzzle in efforts by the Forest Society and its Q2C partners to build a continuous system of linked conservation lands protecting large blocks of land and allowing for the movement of plants and animals responding to a changing climate.

Creek Farm in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.

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

The House Committee on Resources, Recreation and Development recently voted to send HB 1316 to “Interim Study."

One year after a devastating fire at The Rocks, the Forest Society announces plans for a major renovation project.