We need your help to completely bury the Northern Pass . . . to either bury the project as proposed so that it never sees the light of day or bury the transmission lines completely underground along existing north-south transportation corridors. Either outcome is only possible if we can count on you to help keep New Hampshire landscapes from being permanently scarred.
Looking for a fun activity that will get you, your family and your friends outdoors?
The Forest Society’s Forest Reservation Challenge is for you!
Document your visit to ALL 33 of the featured reservations in our Forest Reservations Guide to be among the first to earn a limited-edition, embroidered "Forest Reservation Challenge" patch and a color decal.
Today’s Something Wild topic is thunderstorms. Summer in NH brings those triple H days – hazy, hot, and humid! On days like those there’s nothing more welcome than the arrival of a late-afternoon thunderstorm, leaving in its wake cool, refreshing air, scrubbed clean of haze and pollution.
There is a common misconception that wild turkeys were once extinct in New Hampshire but have since returned. Extinction is often confused with extirpation but they are actually two entirely different concepts.
The Forest Society is conducting a timber harvest on the north parcel of the Taves Forest (also known as Parker Hill) in Roxbury this summer. The planning for this harvest started in 2013, when staff forester Steve Junkin did a comprehensive inventory of the property and wrote a management plan