• EXTENSION CELEBRATES ITS BIRTHDAY WITH CENTENNIAL STAMP

    Commemorative postage stamps in celebration of UNH Cooperative Extension's 100th birthday are now available for sale. The artwork is by UNH Extension Senior Program Assistant Pamela B. Doherty.
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  • kevin martin and other big tree volunteers for UNH Cooperative Extension

    BIG TREE PEOPLE

    Here are New Hampshire’s Big Tree Team volunteers at a recent meeting, pausing to celebrate a new book by teammate Kevin Martin (left)—Big Trees of New Hampshire.
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  • ANY SHADE

    On Tuesday, April 15, wear purple to show your support for military kids.
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  • MILITARY FAMILY DAY

    Here are some scenes from Military Family Day on Saturday at Cole Hall. In the center photo, Adjutant General of the New Hampshire National Guard Major William N. Reddel III speaks to the crowd before introducing Congresswoman Carol Shea-Porter.
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  • FOCUSED ON THE FUTURE

    Residents of Barrington and Peterborough exercised their civic muscle this weekend. Cooperative Extension community development specialists guided a master plan visioning forum in Peterborough and led more than 100 Barrington residents in a community visioning process.
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Revisiting the Sea Grant-Extension Exchange Program with a New Hampshire-Louisiana Sea Grant Exchange

One of the greatest things about being part of Sea Grant is that we are instantaneously a part of a nationwide network where colleagues from all of the 33 Sea Grant programs can function as resources for one another. But here is the reality—it is rare that we DO use each other as resources, mostly because we are focused on our work in our own states and regions and it is counter-intuitive to reach out to colleagues from across the country. It is also rare that we get to interact with each other in‑person on a regular basis. Oh, we have Sea Grant Week and Regional Sea Grant meetings, and some of us have been lucky enough to go through Sea Grant Academy, but how often do we really connect after these events are over? The Sea Grant network in theory is a valuable resource IF we can tap into it and if we KNOW what is happening in each of our programs.

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