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Sophie Oehler reads at the Forest Society.

Sophie Suggests: What to Read & Watch This Winter

Sophie Oehler | January 11, 2023

Stuck on what to read this year? Check out these titles recommended by our communications coordinator!

A group of community and business leaders holds a golden shovel together at the groundbreaking site.

Coming Soon to Creek Farm: A Better Visitor Experience

Jack Savage | January 7, 2023

With support from the Portsmouth Rotary Club and other generous donors, Creek Farm will soon have new public restrooms.

The Rocks' Carriage Barn under construction with Christmas trees and wreaths for sale out front.

Local Businesses Purchase $300,000 in Tax Credits to Support Forest Society North at The Rocks

January 1, 2023

The Tax Credits are being used to renovate the 1884 Carriage Barn as a new program and event center at The Rocks, which will be known as the Forest Society North at The Rocks.

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The Rocks
Students pose with shovels after planting trees

What We Accomplished Together in 2022

Jack Savage | December 27, 2022

Over the past year, we completed 12 land protection projects, encompassing nearly 2,200 acres.

An expansive view of Lake Solitude in winter.

New Study Shows Climate Change’s Impact on New England Winters

Matt Leahy | December 22, 2022

Most notably, two of the top five cities that experienced the largest increase in winter temperatures were in New England.

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Climate,
Advocacy
Dave and Chris recording in the studio.

Something Wild: The Beauty of Brush Piles

Dave Anderson, Chris Martin, Jessica Hunt | December 21, 2022

A brush pile releases valuable nutrients back to the soil. It also provides habitat for all sorts of animals, like insects, salamanders, and mice. Even the smallest creatures need food, cover, and space.

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Wildlife
A wood duck captured as it takes off in flight from the water.

Recovering America’s Wildlife Act Advocacy Efforts Continue

Matt Leahy | December 18, 2022

Over 500 organizations from around the country signed onto the letter.

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Advocacy