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Fall colors as seen from Moose Mountains.

NH to Undertake Update of the State Climate Action Plan

Matt Leahy | November 27, 2023

The State aims to develop a plan with three broad goals.

Frozen waters on the floodplain.

Forest Advocate: U.S. Releases Fifth National Climate Assessment

Matt Leahy | November 27, 2023

The report says precipitation events have increased by about 60% in the Northeast.

beautiful brown leaves

Brown is Beautiful

Sarah Kern | November 27, 2023

Brown is an important and beloved color on that palette. While shades of brown may never be the shining star of a painting or design, you will struggle to create a complete piece without them.

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.”

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.

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.

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)