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Colleen stands near a bridge on her property.

2023 Tree Farmer of the Year: Colleen O'Neill

Rita Carroll | April 5, 2023

Langwood Tree Farm has participated in the N.H. Tree Farm program since 1979

Dark, thickened stripes between leaf veins are early signs.

Forestry Friday: Watching for Beech Leaf Disease

Steven Junkin | March 31, 2023

Our foresters share what they learned at a NE meeting of foresters.

Participants at the SAF regional conference walk at Heald Tract on a snowy path in Wilton.

Forestry Friday: Foresters Host Field Trip at Heald Tract

March 24, 2023

It was a great way to learn about the latest forestry research and network with our colleagues.

Kids pull their harvested Christmas trees to take home from The Rocks.

Students Harvest Christmas Trees They Planted in 2016

Anna Berry | December 16, 2022

Students begin the program in kindergarten by planting their own Christmas trees at The Rocks.

Forest Society Manager Forester Wendy Weisiger helps teach a participant who is driving a tractor.

Women in the Woods Program Educates on Safe Tractor Use on Woodlots

Anna Berry | October 18, 2022

The program is aimed at connecting women forest landowners, managers, and stewards with new resources and skills.

colorful hikers, fall foliage along shore of Morrill Marsh pond, Wilmot

Tree Farm Field Day: Colorful Autumn Tradition

Dave Anderson | October 3, 2022

Tree Farm of the year hosts annual field day.

A forester looks up with binoculars.

Forestry Friday: Searching for Female Ash Trees

September 23, 2022

Since a single ash tree is either a male or a female (in some tree species this isn’t the case and a tree may have both male and female parts), it will be important to make sure we leave some of each uncut during the harvest, to provide the species an opportunity to pollinate and set viable seed.