NH Big Trees

What a beautiful first day of December it was as a team of Hillsborough County Big Tree measurers met in a Manchester neighborhood to measure a newly ... Learn More
What a beautiful first day of December it was as a team of Hillsborough County Big Tree measurers: Carol Mamczak, Temple, Susan Strickler, Manchester ... Learn More
Tamarack is a pleasing tree in the wild; it's a pleasure to come across a grove of younger tamarack while hiking the northern woods. The needles can b... Learn More
My first discovery of a really big tree was in northern Vermont while walking along a mountain lane. I was astonished to see a huge tree trunk to... Learn More
On April 5, the biggest sugar maple tree in the U.S. sadly had to be taken down. The tree was located in Kensington and was the bigger of two “we... Learn More
This is part 2 of a two-part series. Learn the unique characteristics of old-growth forests in Part 1, Finding Old-Growth Forests in New Hampshire. ... Learn More
What is an old-growth forest, and what are its characteristics in New Hampshire? There is a great deal of confusion as to what is an old-growth forest... Learn More
One of the many sad events of 2020 was the death of one of NH’s most renowned Big Trees, the ancient white ash at Pickity Place restaurant in Mason. T... Learn More
Hemlock trees (Tsuga canadensis), so common in New Hampshire they are hardly noticed, fulfill a unique niche in the northern forest. A tree of the fin... Learn More
Appreciating the beauty, wonder and resiliency of the Granite State
Appreciating the beauty, wonder and resiliency of the Granite State Learn More