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    For several years, UNH Cooperative Extension Specialist Cathy Neal and her colleague, Merrimack County field specialist Amy Papineau, have worked at the Woodman Research Farm, part of UNH’s Agriculture Experiment Station, to come up with the right wildflower species and combinations best suited for
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Forestry Field Note: Sugar Maple Trees Damaged by Tree Marking Paint

A field note is a report from "the field," based on observation and experience. This is the first, in what I hope will be a periodic offering of New England forestry field notes. If you have a field note you would like to share, contact, karen.bennett@unh.edu. Please note, I can't guarantee I will publish your note.

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