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Three men wearing hardhats work to move a large rock.

Moving Rocks on Monadnock

Laurel Swope-Brush | July 20, 2023

Even with the threat of rain and storms, volunteers accomplished major trail structural improvements and retained important ecosystems at Mount Monadnock and Gap Mountain during this year’s event.

Greta the Turkey Vulture is seen from the side with her wings open.

The Wonder of Woods and Wildlife

Sarah Kern | July 20, 2023

For young children and adults alike, the opportunity and excitement of being close to a wild animal can ignite a life-long interest in wildlife conservation.

A waterfall at Lost River Gorge.

New Hampshire's Gorgeous Gorges

Anna Berry | July 18, 2023

What's the difference between a gorge and a flume and why do these natural space stay cool all year-round?

A volunteer poses with a "I love Monadnock" sign frame.

Press Release: Join the Forest Society & NH State Parks for the 17th Annual Monadnock Trails Week

June 23, 2023

Trail improvement projects are planned all over the mountain in this weeklong event.

An illustration of an owl in headphones with the word NHPR.

What NH’s 'drowned forest' reveals about the past - and future

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

Riddle me this: where is there a forest in New Hampshire that is only visible once or twice a day?

sleek black yearling bear close-up photo in dappled sunlight

“Ready for the wilderness”

Dave Anderson | June 20, 2023

Rehabilitated orphan yearling bears have moved-out of the Kilham Bear Center to large blocks of conserved rural forestland in locations far from human habitation.

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