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On Display: "White Mountain Images," Art Exhibit at the Conservation Center with Chris Whiton

Sophie Oehler | July 9, 2024

Our new art exhibit features photography from Chris Whiton 

Man in grey t shirt reads label attached to tree branch

Forest Journal: Food For Thought

Dave Anderson | July 1, 2024

Dave Anderson interviews farmer-philosopher Bill Wardwell, who cultivates specialty fruit and nut trees in a “food forest” to help increase regional food security for the future.

Timber harvest notice on Forest Society lands

Forest Advocate: Mass Timber Construction Update

Matt Leahy | June 26, 2024

The ability of wood to store carbon in the long-term and the fact that manufacturing wood products requires less fossil fuels makes mass timber one way the country can meet the goals and guidance laid out in the DOE’s announcement. 

Solar panels at The Rocks in a Christmas tree field surrounded by wildflowers in summer.

Forest Advocate: New Climate Change Tools Released

Matt Leahy | June 26, 2024

Are you interested, and concerned, about how your hometown or favorite place to visit will feel like in the future as the World’s climate changes?

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Hypertherm employees pose by Grafton Pond.

Summer Approaches, One Volunteer Work Day at a Time!

Sophie Oehler | June 20, 2024

The pre-hiking season kicks off with a series of volunteer work days as the Forest Society races to prepare for the summer visitors. 

Heavy machine picks up granite step for the trail.

Trail Work Project on Track at Mount Major

Anna Berry | June 18, 2024

The Forest Society’s sustainable trail work continues at Mount Major this month and is on track to be completed by mid-August. 

The text says What's Wrong with this tree?! and the photo shows a yellowing pine.

Forestry Focus: What's Wrong With This Tree?!

Sophie Oehler | June 13, 2024

This June we’re seeing a dramatic “browning” of white pine needles across the region, and many people have been asking what could be creating this change.