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A bird's-eye view of the Mahoosuc Highlands in Shelburne in autumn. (Photo: Ryan Smith)

Support the Forest Society with a Year-End Gift

Jack Savage | November 26, 2023

Our collective work is as important today as it has ever been.

Deer at the birdfeeder.

Something Wild: How Much Do We Really Know About Deer?

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

“Deer are amazing creatures,” says Anderson. “There are lots of reasons to know more about deer, and learning about deer allows us to learn more about forests.”

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Wildlife
A view from Black Mountain.

That's a Wrap on the 5 Hikes Challenge

Anna Berry | November 20, 2023

Thanks for getting outside with us this fall and we'll see you in 2024.

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Recreation
Scarlett Moberly poses outside near the Christmas tree fields.

Forest Society Names Scarlett Moberly as New Program Director at The Rocks

Kelly Whalen | November 17, 2023

Moberly, a resident of Littleton, will collaborate with staff across the organization to further develop the visitor experience at Forest Society North and invigorate a well-established volunteer program.

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The Rocks
A woman wearing a blue backpack walks through a thicket of vegetation

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.