• NH Direct Marketing Conference November 4

    NEW HAMPSHIRE DIRECT MARKETING CONFERENCE SET FOR NOVEMBER 4

    The New Hampshire Direct Marketing Conference for Agriculture and Natural Resources Businesses November 4 will feature such topics as learning how to retain and expand your customer base and markets, and the challenges these businesses face in today's market.
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  • TOUR MODERN WOOD PELLET AND CHIP HEATING SYSTEMS THE WEEK OF OCTOBER 20

    TOUR MODERN WOOD PELLET AND CHIP HEATING SYSTEMS THE WEEK OF OCTOBER 20

    UNH Cooperative Extension Forest Industry Specialist Sarah Smith, a member of the New Hampshire Wood Energy Council, invites you to tour modern wood pellet and chip heating systems across the state the week of October 20.
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  • 4-H ALUM CATHERINE DILL ENGINEERS TEAMS OF PEOPLE

    In celebration of National 4-H Week, UNH Cooperative Extension proudly presents interviews with 4-H alumni who have made their 4-H experience a part of their adult lives at home, at work, and in their communities.
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  • The Halloween Ladybug is Back

    THE HALLOWEEN LADYBUG IS BACK

    Have you opened a window only to find a mass of ladybugs on the screen? It's at this time of year that the "Halloween Ladybug" makes a reappearance, and our recent warm weather has brought them out in large quantities.
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  • 4-H ALUM JAMIE LARSON GOES NUCLEAR

    4-H ALUM JAMIE LARSON CREDITS 4-H WITH CAREER SUCCESS

    In celebration of National 4-H Week, UNH Cooperative Extension proudly presents interviews with 4-H alumni who have made their 4-H experience a part of their adult lives at home, at work, and in their communities.
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Fall in New Hampshire A Fall Walk in the Woods

Fall is the season of plenty: the “harvest season.” Fall is the time of year when the garden and farm stands have a final explosion of bountiful produce. The fields are filled with bright pumpkins and squash, the final hay is harvested and cornfields are cut, revealing mountainous views that were blocked in August by a swaying ocean of corn tassels.

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