The New England Cottontail rabbit has the potential of being placed on the federal endangered species list if its numbers don’t increase over the next few years.  If the rabbit hits the list it could impact future management activities and limit some opportunities on public and private land.  So …

Like other landowners the Forest Society wants to do its best by and for our land, which will be here long after we are gone. If we do our jobs well, the green spots on the map will continue to provide natural renewable resources for local and global economies while also being sanctuaries where …

(Updated May 2019)

Recently completed harvests (2018-2019):

With particular attention to the practice of forest management on easements held by the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests.

Published by the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests in 2006 and written by George F. Frame. 

Woods Wise is a quarterly column in Forest Notes devoted to all things forestry, written by George Frame, senior director of forestry at the Forest Society.

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AS I WRITE these words in late April, the wind is gusting and swirling outside. (And in truth, in my old house, there's a noticeable breeze inside as well.)