Forests & Trees Articles

February 1, 2018

by Piera Siegert, State Entomologist, NH Dept. Agriculture, Markets & Food The hemlock woolly...

January 25, 2018

March is maple sugaring time in New Hampshire. This uniquely North American natural phenomenon is...

January 22, 2018

I recently visited a property to look at an exceptionally large specimen of serviceberry. This...

January 19, 2018

by Gabe Roxby, field forester, Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests (aka the Forest...

January 17, 2018

by Karen P. Bennett, Extension Forester, UNH Cooperative Extension, karen.bennett@unh.edu A field...

January 10, 2018

Winter seems like a lousy time to identify trees and shrubs. Without leaves to look at, things...

January 8, 2018

January 1998 is a time many of us will not soon forget—an unusually extensive and severe ice storm...

January 5, 2018

For Cynthia Siemon Wyatt, Branch Hill Farm in Milton is a time machine. Looking out over the green...

January 5, 2018

"When we look at a forest, we are looking 60 to 100 years into the future," says Tim Fleury. Fleury...

January 5, 2018

When Maple School is in session, sweet surprises abound. "It's a kind of choose-your-own-adventure...

December 14, 2017

The Tree of Life The northern white cedar, known as the “tree of life” by 16th century explorers,...

November 29, 2017

Forests are a precious resource in New Hampshire, where much of the state’s forestland is on...

Pages