Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests Overview
Geographic areas served: New Hampshire
Since 1901, the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests has worked to establish permanent conservation areas and promote the wise stewardship of private lands. Supported by 10,000 families and businesses, the Forest Society is the state’s oldest and largest non-profit land conservation organization.
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I am a frequent visitor to several Society reservations, am a member, and support specific preservation projects when I can. My occasional encounters with Society staff over a 15-yr. period have left me impressed with their professionalism, dedication, and commitment to mission. As someone who ... more »
SPNF has been a great partner for conservation projects I have worked on for Moose Mountains Regional Greenways. The staff has considerable expertise, and is a top choice to handle all aspects of complex projects, including fundraising. Since the organization is large, the focus is on larger ... more »
Walking in the woods (at time of the year) and just observing all of the tale tale marks left by the wildlife -- be it footprints in the mud or bird droppings at the base of a tree. A walk in the woods is always a wonderful way to clear all of the cob webs out of my brain... more »