The Rocks: Professional Affiliations
Rocks Recieves Farm of Distinction Award
The Dept. of Agriculture, Markets and Food honored the Rocks Christmas tree Farm on February 7th 2004 at the New Hampshire Farm and Forest Expo in Manchester, NH. Since the award program was started in 1997, 64 farms throughout the state have been honored with this title. In 2004, 33 farms were nominated. An independent panel composed of agriculture leaders in the state, historic preservationists and the general public made their selections after on-site reviews and reviews of photographs taken in-season on each farm.
"Boiled down to one sentence, it is a place that makes people driving by stop and say, "Wow, that's a nice looking farm", says Steve Taylor, state agriculture commissioner.
NH Fish & Game Dept.
Watching wildlife can be a goal in itself or it can be a nice addition to your experience at The Rocks or on any outing. There are some things you can do to increase you chances of seeing wildlife.
- Field Guides
- Go Out When Wildlife is Active
- Be patient, Learn to be Still and Silent!
- Prepare for your Outing
Viewing Ethics and Responsibilities
- Enjoy Wildlife from a Distance
- Don't Feed the Animals
- Never Chase or Harass Animals
- Don't Pick up Orphaned or Sick Animals
- Honor the Rights of Private Land Owners
- Respect the Rights of Other Recreationists at a Site
Enjoy your visit
The Professional Organization for The Real Christmas Tree Community
The National Christmas Tree Association (NCTA) strives to be one voice representing Christmas Tree Professionals and promoting the use of Real Christmas Trees. More than 5,100 professionals support NCTA programs through membership, participation (through their state association) in the Tree Industry Partnership (TIP) Campaign and/or individual investments in the Real Tree Promotion & Marketing Campaign.
NCTA focuses its work on Three Key Areas:
- Promotion and Research
- Federal Representation
- Professional Education
Members of the New Hampshire/Vermont Christmas Tree Association have produced and sold high quality Christmas tree, wreaths and related products since 1956 - and continue to work together to promote and strengthen the real tree industry.
New Hampshire Made is a statewide organization that supports local businesses by promoting the quality, variety, and availability of their products and services.
The "New Hampshire's Own" brand identity program is the cornerstone to its unique sales and marketing programs that enable more than 600 members to collectively share in the cost of promoting their businesses.
The result is that its members can reach beyond their local communities and expand their visibility in new and broader markets.