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Forest Society Statement on Governor Sununu's Veto of HB142

Jack Savage | August 21, 2023

"It is too early for us to comment on what the future will be for low-grade wood markets but we will continue to work with our partners in the forestry community to assess our next steps," said Jack Savage, president of the Forest Society.

A view of the water from Creek Farm.

Forest Society Partners on Watershed Wednesday Walks

Sarah Kern | August 21, 2023

View new preserves and learn how each property helps protect the healthy of our region's waterways.

A man in a red shirt stands arms crossed in front of a large field

Forest Journal: The Doctor's Prescription: Take a Hike

Sophie Oehler | August 15, 2023

Part of a new collaboration between Concord Hospital and the Forest Society, Dr. Setnik and other medical professionals are helping spread the word about the role that forests, and outdoor recreation play in keeping our bodies and brains healthy.

Meditation practice at the gardens at Creek Farm

Meditation at Creek Farm

Matt Scaccia | August 10, 2023

Liz Korabek-Emerson, owner of Korabek Training, is a MTI certified mindfulness teacher and has found Creek Farm to be an ideal setting for demonstrating her approach.

Creek Farm
A pint of Rocks Red Ale sits on a stool in front of the renovated barn.

Rek-lis "Rocks Red Ale" Pays Tribute to The Rocks

Anna Berry | August 9, 2023

Drink a pint to support The Rocks!

The Rocks
Green tablecloth tree ID display items at Old Man of Mountain event August 3

Remembering The Old Man of the Mountain

Dave Anderson | August 4, 2023

The recent event was in remembrance of the 20th Anniversary of the collapse of the Old Man of the Mountain from his perch on Cannon Cliff in Franconia Notch on May 3, 2003.

Lush green forest with a low bog bridge to cross a wet and muddy area of trail.

Healing A Battered Brook Crossing at Gap Mountain

Laurel Swope-Brush | August 3, 2023

Bog bridging helps forest regrowth on Gap Mountain.