The White Mountain National Forest is located in the north center part of New Hampshire.
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The White Mountain National Forest is a unique and strikingly beautiful landscape with a tradition of strong public support, volunteerism and partnership. New Englanders love the White Mountains, support the philosophy of multiple use, and are emotionally attached to this special place. 

The Forest Supervisor and forest personnel interact continuously with local, state, and prominent national leaders on forest issues and National Forest management. Nationally significant partners to the Forest Service such as the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests and the Appalachian Mountain Club originate from the White Mountain National Forest and are active participants in forest management. 


Partners Announce Expanded Irene Restoration Work

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National Forest Foundation names White Mountain National Forest as a “Treasured Landscape”


Waterville Valley, NH – Oct. 3, 2012– For the last year, many organizations have worked diligently to repair the major damage done to the White Mountain National Forest from Tropical Storm Irene. Today, the National Forest Foundation announced that it has adopted the forest as one of its “Treasured Landscapes,” in an effort to bring additional resources to this major recovery effort.