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Monadnock film color poster advertising the premiere Oct 6, 2023

"MONADNOCK: The Mountain that Stands Alone"

Dave Anderson | August 30, 2023

Celebrate Monadnock and its long legacy of natural and cultural history.

Participants view logging machinery in woods

"Good Forestry in the Granite State" is Being Revised — Take the Survey

Wendy Weisiger | August 29, 2023

A steering committee representing landowners, conservation organizations, state agencies and the forest industry is guiding the process.

A view from Eagle Cliff of autumn foliage among hills and mountains in the distance.

Forest Notes: Nature is a Remedy for Stress

Ryan Smith | August 29, 2023

Nature is a missing ingredient in our society’s approach to health care.

A river runs through the forest.

Legislation Introduced in Congress to Enhance the Protection of the Connecticut River Watershed

Matt Leahy | August 28, 2023

The act proposes to establish a partnership among federal, state, local and private entities to promote conservation, restoration, education and recreation efforts in the important watershed.

Two people use binoculars to look at the sky while the Mt Washington Auto Road van waits.

Something Wild: Why the treeline of Mt. Washington is not a line

Dave Anderson, Chris Martin, Jessica Hunt | August 24, 2023

In this second episode of our series, Dave Anderson of the Forest Society and Chris Martin of NH Audubon are exploring the different forest zones on the flanks of the mountain, below the treeline.

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Wildlife
colorful hiking group poses for parking lot selfie in Rochester

Champlin Forest in Rochester hosts City Recreation Department Seniors

Dave Anderson | August 24, 2023

Teaming up with the City of Rochester's recreation department at a Forest Society property.

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Education
A view through green leaves in a forest.

Legislation Introduced in U.S. Senate to Establish New Forest Conservation Program

Matt Leahy | August 23, 2023

The purpose of the program is to keep forests as forests through the use of conservation easements that purchase development rights from willing private and tribal landowners to prevent conversion to non-forest uses.

A view of the water from Creek Farm.

Forest Society Partners on Watershed Wednesday Walks

Sarah Kern | August 21, 2023

View new preserves and learn how each property helps protect the healthy of our region's waterways.