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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.

White and orange fungi on a log.

Something Wild: The Fungus Among Us

Dave Anderson, Chris Martin, Jessica Hunt | October 20, 2023

Neither plants nor animals, fungi are a kingdom all their own.

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Wildlife
A young boy hikes through a field of ferns with his father behind him.

5 Hikes Challenge: Make a Move

Anna Berry | October 18, 2023

But what if we simply started to move more, not for the sake of moving, but for the pleasure of it?

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Recreation
New England Cottontail Habitat Management

Forestry Focus: Habitat Management With Hand Tools

Steven Junkin | October 6, 2023

A partnership between groups and agencies helped prevent the New England cottontail from being listed in the Endangered Species Act.

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Forestry
Tim and Midge Eliassen pose with their award with Christmas tree fields in the background.

Midge and Tim Eliassen of Sunapee Named 2023 Conservationists of the Year

Kelly Whalen | October 3, 2023

“Midge and Tim are literally and figuratively, trailblazers,” states Jack Savage, president of the Forest Society.

A photo of The Rocks with a "trails open!" banner across it.

Trails Have Re-Opened at The Rocks

Anna Berry | October 2, 2023

The Rocks' trails, fields, and parking lots are now OPEN to the public!

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The Rocks
Attendees watch the meeting from under the tent.

Annual Meeting Kicks Off Re-Opening of The Rocks

Anna Berry | October 2, 2023

The event kicked off the re-opening of The Rocks after a multi-year campaign to rebuild and renvision the campus.

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The Rocks