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A photo of a duckling that says "Grab your camera and get started!"

Submit Your Photo to the NH Association of Conservation Commissions Contest

July 24, 2024

The program is about getting people outside to explore and appreciate the wonder of our natural world in their own backyards, on their town lands, and amongst the state’s great outdoor treasures. 

A crowd gathers at Tom Rush Forest with Tom Rush.

Tom Rush Visits Namesake Forest for Deering's 250th Anniversary

Dave Anderson | July 23, 2024

Our special guest, American folk music legend Tom Rush, attended the event at his namesake forest.

The Wells family poses together on their land.

A Family Tradition of Conservation Continues In Hopkinton and Henniker with Donation to Forest Society

July 22, 2024

Bob and Binney Wells, Hopkinton residents since 1971, have long been interested in land conservation. In 1984, they donated a conservation easement to the Forest Society that protected 119 acres in Hopkinton/Henniker. But that was just the beginning.

The pavilion at Bretzfelder Park in summer.

Bretzfelder Park Summer Family Educational Series Kicks Off August 7 in Bethlehem

July 18, 2024

The Society for the Protection of NH Forests and Bretzfelder Park Committee offer the free educational series twice a year.

Museum of the White Mountains Director Meghan C. Doherty explained the exhibit to the group.

Forest Society Joins NH Conservation Community in Learning Journey About Indigenous Connections to Land

Anna Berry | July 18, 2024

Participants of the NH Learning Journey aimed to foster foundational understanding of the deep history of our landscapes and strengthen our ability to respectfully engage with indigenous people in our conservation work. 

Volunteers and staff pose at Gipson Forest.

Monadnock Ledger-Transcript: New trail brings new adventure to Stephenson Memorial Library

Jessica Timmons | July 18, 2024

“The goal is for community members who are using the library to be able to enjoy the trail system. The library can also provide a safe and easy parking for those wishing to access the trails,” Carrie Deegan of the Forest Society stated.

A woman walks across a field carrying a container to pick blueberries.

Hike, Pick, Eat & Repeat

Anna Berry | July 18, 2024

It's blueberry season! Combine walking or hiking with blueberry picking on these five featured Forest Society properties and easement lands.

A promotion for the program with a photo of a nutshell study in the background.

Forest Society North at The Rocks Kicks Off Programs on "Mother of Forensic Science" Frances Glessner Lee

July 17, 2024

The evening celebrates Frances Glessner Lee's legacy as the "mother of forensic science" and the 20th anniversary of Corinne Botz's book. 

The Rocks