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Kids pull their harvested Christmas trees to take home from The Rocks.

Students Harvest Christmas Trees They Planted in 2016

Anna Berry | December 16, 2022

Students begin the program in kindergarten by planting their own Christmas trees at The Rocks.

Forest Society staff Leah Hart poses with Governor Sununu and LCHIP leaders.

Press Release: LCHIP Awards 3 Grants to Forest Society

December 14, 2022

The Forest Society has received three grant awards totaling $307,500 to support land conservation projects in Canterbury, Concord, and Middleton.

Déjà vu? Northern Pass is Back in the News

Anna Berry | December 13, 2022

Several media outlets have covered the Governor's comments during the election season and post-election.

Sam Chase pauses outdoors during a sales day at The Rocks.

The Rocks Christmas Tree Farm Kindles Nostalgia, Family Traditions

Dave Anderson | December 13, 2022

This year, Dave Anderson was accompanied not only by his son, but also grandson for the first time.

Cars line up on a road with telephone poles near the road.

InDepthNH: "No Quick Fix To State’s Energy Woes"

December 12, 2022

Gov. Chris Sununu once again last week proposed a Northern Pass lite, high-voltage transmission system to bring now cheap HydroQuebec power to New Hampshire to offset spiking energy costs.

NH State House dome seen from Conservation Center in winter covered in snow.

2023 Legislative Session Outlook

Matt Leahy | December 10, 2022

Here are the issue areas we believe will be of interest to environmental protection, renewable energy, and conservation stakeholders in New Hampshire.​

The solar array at The Rocks.

Solar Array Completed at The Rocks to Offset 156,000 Pounds of Carbon Annually

Kelly Whalen | December 10, 2022

The solar array is made up of 180 photovoltaic solar panels spanning three, ground-mounted rows in a field next to the Carriage Barn.