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Susanne and Anne accept a blown glass award.

The Rocks Recognized as Energy Champion

Anna Berry | May 15, 2024

The annual awards recognize and honor the individuals and entities that make exceptional contributions that champion for the Granite State's energy future.

A view from the summit of Mount Major.

We Need Your Help! Support Sustainable Trail Improvements at Mount Major

Anne Truslow | May 14, 2024

Soil erosion, off-trail usage, dog waste, and trash are just some of the visitor-created impacts Forest Society staff and volunteers contend with throughout the year. 

A group of children hold their dirty hands up towards the camera

"Forevergreen" Brings the Classroom to the Farm Fields

Sophie Oehler | May 13, 2024

Another year brings another class of kindergarteners from Bethlehem Elementary to The Rocks to plant Christmas trees. 

a female oriole builds a nest

Oriole builds her nest

Dave Anderson | May 11, 2024

Be sure to get outside if you can! 

Dave Anderson spoke at the graduate commencement at Plymouth State.

Forest Society's Dave Anderson Honored by Plymouth State University

Anna Berry | May 11, 2024

The university awarded Anderson its Granite State Award for his contributions to the state of New Hampshire and his commitment to educating others on issues affecting the agriculture and forestry in New Hampshire.

Young forest regrowing from a previous harvest

Something Wild: Extreme weather is both a disaster and an opportunity

Chris Martin, Jessica Hunt, Dave Anderson | May 6, 2024

You may have heard the song of winter wrens in the spring woods lately.

A group of women looks up into the tree tops while another woman speaks to the group.

Forest Journal: "Women in the Woods" Building Confidence in Land Management

Sophie Oehler | May 6, 2024

The Forest Society attended the inaugural Women's Landowner Summit in Moultonborough, NH. 

Volunteers pose in warm gear at the entrance to Lost River Gorge.

Lost River Gorge & Boulder Caves Opens for the Season May 10

Anna Berry | May 2, 2024

The opening of Lost River Gorge & Boulder Caves was delayed due to cleanup from the late season storms in New Hampshire.