Forest Society News & Features


New Hampshire’s congressional delegation is asking Kinder Morgan to hold a second round of open houses in communities that could be affected by a natural gas pipeline proposed for the state’s southern tier.

It's officially now March. Perhaps Nature's snow-gun show will cut us a break? Unless the old "In like a lion" cliché holds true?

It all started with a black squirrel.  These rare creatures aren't a separate species - they're your garden variety gray squirrel, but a genetic mutation has given them a black fur coat.

Opponents of the Kinder Morgan proposal to build a new natural gas pipeline through southern New Hampshire have been waiting for elected officials to come out against the project with the same intensity they saw in Massachusetts, where near universal opposition among high-profile politicians help

NHPR's Rick Ganley interviews Department of Resources and Economic Development Commissioner Jeff Rose about the proposed expansion of the ski resort at Mount Sunapee State Park.

Hundreds turned out seeking information from Kinder Morgan representatives about the proposed natural gas pipeline during an open house Tuesday at Hampshire Hills in Milford.

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NH Business Review Story by Bob Sanders

Nobody knows for sure how much New Hampshire ratepayers would benefit from the billions of dollars spent on two proposed energy projects crisscrossing portions of the Granite State, but early estimates indicate that it isn’t very much.