CONCORD – May 15, 2015 – Want to learn about wildlife habitat, forestry and conservation in the Granite State? Join The Society for the Protection of NH Forests (Forest Society) for a guided hike on Saturday, May 30, at 10 a.m.
I live in Concord and my family loves to hike, bike and snowshoe. We often make use of the conserved land in Concord, there are a lot of beautiful trails and they’re close to home. So I was heartbroken to hear about the brush fires in Concord in the last few weeks because most were on conservat
“For years, I had been on a quest for the perfect tree to photograph…,” begins the note Ken Harvey of Merrimack writes about one of his photos. It’s a maple tree in winter, its branches leafless, stark and dark against a white perfection of snow-covered New Hampshire hillside.
When I arrived home from work one warm day last week, the dogs suggested that we take a walk in the field out beyond the barn. Over the course of time all dogs have perfected the highly persuasive suggestion, and so I couldn't refuse.
I downloaded the (geocaching) application last weekend and asked a friend to join me at the Merrimack River Outdoor Education & Conservation Area, managed by the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests.
You’d think a group of high school girls would have only disparaging remarks about litterbugs after picking up scads of sticky granola bar wrappers and Gatorade bottles – plus some really weird items -- from the summit and trails of Mt. Major last weekend.