• Avoiding common canning mistakes

    AVOIDING COMMON CANNING MISTAKES

    It’s prime gardening season and the heat, sun and rain are producing a bumper crop of fruits and vegetables. Here are some issues you may want to be aware of before you head to the kitchen to “preserve the harvest.”
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  • Discover the Moods of Moose in New Hampshire August 2

    DISCOVER THE MOODS OF MOOSE IN NEW HAMPSHIRE AUGUST 2

    Join veteran wildlife biologist Eric Orff, a well-known wildlife author, lecturer and photographer, as he discusses the "many moods of moose" August 2.
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  • 2014 State 4-H Show Draws 4-H Teens From Across New Hampshire

    2014 STATE 4-H SHOW DRAWS 4-H MEMBERS

    Karrie Cormier, with Two Eyed Hot Shot, was a participant in this weekend's 2014 State 4-H Horse Show.
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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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  • 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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