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Young forest regrowing from a previous harvest

Something Wild: Extreme weather is both a disaster and an opportunity

Chris Martin, Jessica Hunt, Dave Anderson | May 6, 2024

You may have heard the song of winter wrens in the spring woods lately.

A group of women looks up into the tree tops while another woman speaks to the group.

Forest Journal: "Women in the Woods" Building Confidence in Land Management

Sophie Oehler | May 6, 2024

The Forest Society attended the inaugural Women's Landowner Summit in Moultonborough, NH. 

Volunteers pose in warm gear at the entrance to Lost River Gorge.

Lost River Gorge & Boulder Caves Opens for the Season May 10

Anna Berry | May 2, 2024

The opening of Lost River Gorge & Boulder Caves was delayed due to cleanup from the late season storms in New Hampshire.

An oil painting of a Baltimore oriole by Mimi Wiggin.

On Display: "Unexpected Encounters" Art Exhibit at the Conservation Center Featuring Mimi Wiggin

April 30, 2024

The art exhibit features Mimi Wiggin's oil paintings.

Lilacs bloom outside the State House.

Forest Advocate: Legislative Update on Forest Carbon Market bills

Matt Leahy | April 29, 2024

Here's the latest on three bills considered by the NH legislature this session that are intended to address concerns about the forest carbon markets.

A forest of trees on a sunny summer day

A Boomer and A "Zoomer" Think About Earth Day

Sophie Oehler, Dave Anderson | April 22, 2024

Dave Anderson (61) and Sophie Oehler (23) of the Forest Society offer reflections on celebrating Earth Day from both sides of the generational spectrum.

Red blossoms appear on tree tips against blue sky in spring.

Forest Advocate: Beyond the "Illusion of Preservation"

Matt Leahy | April 19, 2024

A new report discusses how New England can strengthen forest protections while sustainably meeting the region’s wood product needs. 

New Hampshire State House surrounded by trees and fall foliage in autumn

Forest Advocate: Updates on Management of the CT Lakes Headwaters Forest

Matt Leahy | April 18, 2024

As the holder of the conservation easement on the Connecticut Lakes property, the State has a duty to enforce the terms of the easement.