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Snow covers the fields of Christmas trees growing at The Rocks in Bethlehem.

Something Wild: How — and why — to choose a live Christmas tree

Dave Anderson, Chris Martin, Jessica Hunt | December 17, 2021

What are the benefits of choosing a real tree at Christmas?

A couple poses with their infant and their fresh-cut Christmas tree at The Rocks.

No Shortage: If You Want a Natural Christmas Tree, You Will Find One, Say Growers

November 23, 2021

There are plenty of locally-grown Christmas trees at local farms.

Cross Laminated Timber I beam

Wood Markets: Opportunities for New Hampshire and the Northeast Region

Matt Leahy | June 17, 2021

Learn more about challenges and opportunities to strengthen wood markets in the Northeast.

Volunteers plant trees at The Rocks.

Volunteers Plant 3,500 Christmas Trees at The Rocks

Anna Berry | May 5, 2021

It's planting season at the Forest Society's working Christmas tree farm.

A girl sticks her tongue out under a steel tap for a taste of sap.

Something Wild: New Hampshire's Liquid Gold

Dave Anderson, Chris Martin, Emily Quirk | March 26, 2021

For some, maple sugaring is a perennial ritual, painstakingly completed as we usher out the bitter wisps of winter, and embrace balmier, brighter days of early spring.

A yellow crocus pokes through the snow.

Something Wild: Springtime Arrives with the Smallest of Signs

Dave Anderson, Chris Martin, Emily Quirk | March 5, 2021

Take heart winter-weary friends. The first pulses of springtime arrive in the smallest of signs.

A preview of David Paul Bayles' website, including images from "Sap in Their Veins."

Forester Gabe Roxby Contributes to Conversation on Forestry & Art

Anna Berry | February 27, 2021

In February, Forest Society staff forester Gabe Roxby was invited to participate in a virtual panel discussion focusing on the intersection of forestry and art.