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A yellow crocus pokes through the snow.

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.

A brook trout is pictured in the water.

Acclaimed Cottrell-Baldwin Environmental Lecture Series Starts in March

Anna Berry | February 22, 2021

The annual series has moved online this year, with experts exploring topics ranging from restoring wildlife habitat to foraging for edible native plants.

various pieces of hardwood cordwood piled, red maple leaf on top

Forest Journal: Wood Warms You Twice — At Least

Dave Anderson | February 16, 2021

There’s a comforting quality to homegrown wood heat — flickering flames — whether it’s a backyard campfire or for home heating.

ice builds-up on crab apple branches

Bend But Don't Break - How Trees Survive Northern Winters

Dave Anderson, Chris Martin, Emily Quirk | February 12, 2021

When winter precipitation includes heavy wet snow or ice storms bring freezing rain, trees must endure the weather conditions. Some are better adapted than others and coping strategies vary by tree species.

Carriage House at The Rocks

Plan for Forest Society North at The Rocks meets another milestone

Anne Truslow | January 20, 2021

The building renovation is the central element of a multi-phased plan to re-envision The Rocks.

A group including the Tree Farmers of the Year walks down a leafy path.

NH Tree Farm Program announces 2021 Outstanding Tree Farmers of the Year

Anna Berry | January 13, 2021

The N.H. Tree Farm Program has announced that Charles and Mabel Niebling of Boscawen have been named the 2021 Outstanding Tree Farmers of the Year.

Trees stand in a forest conservation easement.

Federal Legislation Aims to Keep Working Forests as Forests

Matt Leahy | September 24, 2020

If enacted, the Forest Incentives Program Act will be one important tool forest landowners can use to sustainably manage their lands.