• Scanning New Hampshire Barns

    SCANNING THE UNDERBELLY OF A NEW HAMPSHIRE BARN

    Agricultural engineering consultant Stan Weeks makes yearly visits to New Hampshire farms, looking at ways to modernize and improve them. Weeks, clipboard in hand, is shown at Benedikt Dairy, Goffstown, as he discusses ways to stabilize the barn.
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  • Greenhouse operator using plant disease app created by UNH Cooperative Extension specialists

    AN APP FOR GREENHOUSES

    UNH Cooperative Extension specialists have created an app to help greenhouse operators identify and combat plant diseases.
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  • PROUDLY PURPLE

    Hollis Primary School students were awash in purple on April 15 to show their support for the families of those who serve. Many Granite Staters purpled-up for the fourth annual Purple Up! event.
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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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  • 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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Honoring The Families of Those Who Serve

On Saturday, April 12, more than 60 military family members attended Military Family Day at the University of New Hampshire. They spent a beautiful sunny morning engaged in healthy outdoor activities including soccer, blowing and chasing bubbles, and playing Frisbee with volunteers from the UNH Ultimate Frisbee Team. The New Hampshire National Guard (NHNG) State Youth Council provided a photo booth and temporary tattoos for the families, as they enjoyed coffee and refreshments donated by Dunkin Donuts and Hannaford. Families transitioned to Cole Hall for a delicious and healthy lunch of grilled chicken, baked ziti, and green salad that was graciously funded by the Vice President of Student Affairs, Mark Rubinstein, and prepared by the Thompson School of Applied Science Culinary Arts Program.

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