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Forest Notes: The Rare Milkweed Garden at the Gardner Forest

Sophie Oehler | November 15, 2023

In this Forestry Friday, the forestry team takes a trip to the Gardener Forest in Hollis to check in on a population of a rare species of milkweed. (Photo: Sophie Oehler)

The first snowfall at The Rocks.

Celebrate the Holiday Season by Bringing Home a Freshly Cut Tree from Forest Society North at The Rocks

Kelly Whalen | November 2, 2023

If you're craving the scent of natural balsam fir look no further than The Forest Society’s Christmas Tree Farm at The Rocks

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The Rocks

Forest Society Guide to Winter Hiking & Recreation

Anna Berry | November 1, 2023

A guide to plowed Forest Society reservations so you can recreate responsibly this winter.

Cong. Pappas Co-sponsors Legislation to Establish New Forest Conservation Program

Matt Leahy | October 30, 2023

We encourage readers in his Congressional district to contact Rep. Pappas to thank him for efforts on this important legislation.

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Advocacy
A line of hikers make their way down a gravel road towards the camera.

Guess What? Spending time outside is good for you!

Matt Leahy | October 28, 2023

Protecting important green spaces and ensuring people have to access to them are not frivolous or minor goals.

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Advocacy
Nighttime image of raccoon in grape vines overhanging front porch

Party Animals

Dave Anderson | October 25, 2023

This summer’s rains have fruits and autumn seeds of many forest trees, and waxy fall berries of wetland shrubs and ornamental landscaping, yielding a bumper crop for birds and wildlife.

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Wildlife
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Concord Project SEE Brings Students to Forest Society's Merrimack Floodplain

Dave Anderson | October 24, 2023

Nearly 300 students, teachers, and parents visited the floodplain as part of Project SEE.