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View of Mount Washington from the Maple Villa Glade on Bartlett Mountain

Something Wild: The Fir Wave Phenomenon and Other Challenges in NH's White Mountains

Chris Martin, Dave Anderson, Jessica Hunt | January 26, 2024

Forests growing at New Hampshire’s highest elevations in the White Mountains experience the most extreme conditions in the Northeast. 

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Climate,
Wildlife
The group gathers for a photo outdoors.

Forest Notes: The Mahoosuc Highlands: A Collective Journey of Conservation

Sally Manikian | January 18, 2024

What was once a big white space on a map has slowly turned green, nearly 75,000 acres...

A group of skiers make their way over an ungroomed snowy trial

Forest Journal: An Uphill Battle to Make Snow For XC Skiing

Sophie Oehler | January 17, 2024

Now, skiing in New England is starting to look a little different.  

Ken Stern and Jack Savage pose at the closing at the Conservation Center.

Society for the Protection of NH Forests and the Stern Family Protect 400 Acres in Canterbury and Northfield

Kelly Whalen | January 16, 2024

Known as Deepwood Forest, this conservation success was made possible thanks to a generous gift by the Stern family as well as support from local grants and foundations.

A green grapple skidder parked on log landing at active winter timber  harvest

Timber Harvesting on the Forest Society's Peirce Forest Reservation

Dave Anderson, Wendy Weisiger | January 12, 2024

The harvest is taking place in a portion of less than 500 acres located on the southern portion of the larger protected forest.

Cold In New Hampshire

Dave Anderson, Chris Martin | January 12, 2024

Winter adaptations in other species in New Hampshire have allowed them to flourish in the cold.

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Wildlife
A view of the state capitol from the Conservation Center in Concord.

Advocacy Alert: Legislation Proposes to Change NH’s Current Use Program

Matt Leahy | January 12, 2024

Register your opposition before the hearing on January 17!

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Advocacy