• 4-H Tech Wizards Program Coming to Claremont

    4-H TECH WIZARDS COMING TO CLAREMONT

    A $41,000 National 4-H Council grant will go a long way in Claremont as a way of engaging under-represented youth and their families in learning basic life and workforce skills.
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  • A Vision for Hooksett Begins to Form

    A VISION FOR HOOKSETT BEGINS TO FORM

    Residents of the town of Hooksett convened for two days in early November for Hooksett—Our Town…Our Future, a planning event to imagine an exciting tomorrow for their community.
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  • Plainfield School teachers and students get a healthy breakfast snack

    HOW 'BOUT THEM APPLE MUFFINS?

    Plainfield Elementary School teachers and students had an eye-opening, mouth-watering treat greeting them November 5 as the Blood’s Brook Bale Busters 4-H club served homemade applesauce muffins and Empire apples.
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  • Ken La Valley Appointed New Dean and Director

    KEN LA VALLEY APPOINTED NEW DEAN AND DIRECTOR

    Ken La Valley will be the new dean and director of UNH Cooperative Extension, effective December 1.
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  • KIDS GET A NEW SENSE OF PLANET EARTH

    New Hampshire teachers have embraced new hardware and software that give them tools to orient their students to the surface of the world in more exciting, relatable ways with UNH Cooperative Extension’s Summer Spatial Seminars.
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Did You Miss the Citizen Science Seminar Last Week?

If you missed "Choosing and Using Citizen Science: Methods for Engaged Environmental Research" on Nov. 12, 2014, recorded clips are now available online.

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