Forest Society News & Features

Attorneys for Northern Pass and attorneys for several interveners in the regulatory review process before the N.H.

Lawyers representing the Office of the N.H.

In the last Legislative session, the Forest Society opposed HB 1396, which allows for the operation of off-highway recreational vehicles (OHRVs) on certain highways in Grafton County.  Our opposition is based on the fact that the N.H.

As we have discussed in previous articles, the Forest Society has been working with our partners at the Appalachian Mountain Club (AMC) and The Nature Conservacy (TNC) to highlight concerns over the existing ATV trails at the Nash Stream State Forest.  We contend this trail system is not in compl

Whatever company buys Ever­source’s New Hampshire power plants, as a result of the utility’s recently struck agree­ment to get out of the generation business, will be acquiring a lot of unknowns if it plans to keep producing electricity.

When the Northern Pass Transmis­sion Project was first proposed, it was framed as too big to fail. Six years later, it may be time to take a hard look at that assumption, and to recount the burdens the proposed project has put on govern­ment, organizations and individuals in New Hampshire.

If you like blueberries, solitude, and hikes that are somewhat off the beaten path, then you’ll like the Morse Preserve in Alton, N.H.

Peter Roth of the N.H. Attorney General's office is holding workshops Aug. 2 and Aug. 3 for community members to help determine where the proposed Northern Pass transmission line could adversely impact natural and cultural resources.  

Enter your best shots taken on a Forest Society reservation OR (new this year) on any property conserved through an easement with the Forest Society, by Aug.