Erosion issues on the trails at Mount Major

Support Sustainable Trail Improvements at Mount Major.

We're currently constructing a sustainable trail to take the place of about 1/3 mile of the existing Main/Blue Trail that is badly eroded (pictured). In addition to being a more enjoyable hiking experience, the new trail section should also require much less maintenance over time. It will also be a major ecological improvement, reducing runoff and silting into Lake Winnipesaukee. 

Forest Society News & Updates

Hepatica, a relative of the buttercup, is also known as liverleaf or liverwort.

Forest Journal: Spring Wildflowers vs. a Warming Climate

Carrie Deegan | May 20, 2024

What this means is that the “spring light window” in which the wildflowers accomplish much of their annual photosynthesis and growth, is effectively shrinking.

Closed parking lot sign at Mt Major.

Forest Society Begins Sustainability Upgrade at Mount Major

Anna Berry | May 15, 2024

The three month Main Trail project will greatly improve sustainability and visitor experience; only roadside parking will be available during construction.

Susanne and Anne accept a blown glass award.

The Rocks Recognized as Energy Champion

Anna Berry | May 15, 2024

The annual awards recognize and honor the individuals and entities that make exceptional contributions that champion for the Granite State's energy future.