• Carroll County Farm Day set for July 26

    CARROLL COUNTY FARM DAY SET FOR JULY 26

    Carroll County Farm Day on July 26 is a celebration of rural farming with hand-on workshops, demonstrations and activities for farmers, aspiring farmers and families. It's sponsored by UNH Cooperative Extension, the Carroll County Farm Bureau, and the County Farm.
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  • SPOTTED WING DROSOPHILA FOUND IN TWO NEW HAMPSHIRE COUNTIES

    SPOTTED WING DROSOPHILA FOUND IN TWO NEW HAMPSHIRE COUNTIES

    The first adult spotted wing drosophila were found July 14 and 15 in Rockingham and Hillsborough counties. UNH Cooperative Extension staff George Hamilton, Alan Eaton, Linda Kuhnhardt, Michelle Aurelio, and Janelle Martin are helping growers monitor and manage the invasive fruit insect.
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  • Stratham Fair Opens July 17

    STRATHAM FAIR OPENS JULY 17

    The Stratham Fair is the first fair of the season, featuring many 4-H exhibits and events, including the Rockingham County 4-H Foundation Benefit Auction Saturday from 5 to 10 p.m.
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  • Time to stake your tomatoes

    TIME TO STAKE THE TOMATOES

    UNH Cooperative Extension expert Heather Bryant shares some valuable tips on staking your tomato crop.
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  • The Stewardship Network is calling your name

    THE STEWARDSHIP NETWORK IS CALLING YOUR NAME

    Recognizing the contributions made by volunteers to environmental projects, UNH Cooperative Extension has co-created a new website that makes it possible for volunteers-in-waiting to find the right projects to match their environmental interests and busy lifestyles.
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I spent a week in mid-June on a project with UNH Cooperative Extension and New Hampshire Sea Grant on the Isles of Shoals with Extension Fisheries Specialist Erik Chapman, and his advisee Jessica Carloni, a master’s student in the Department of Natural Resources at UNH. Jessica’s project, the New Hampshire Regional Tern Research and Conservation Initiative, funded by the New Hampshire Fish and Game, is currently researching flight and migration patterns in common terns on White and Seavey Islands.

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