The New Hampshire 4-H "Peter Stone Model Horse" of the Year applications are due into the state 4-H office May 1st.
4-H members ages 12-18 (divisions for juniors and seniors) are invited to be a part of this event. This event provides an opportunity for 4-H members to further develop their judging skills, as well as compete for placement on the State 4-H Dairy Judging Team.
All day clinic from 9:00 am - 3:00 pm.
Fitting and Showmanship
Equitation & Ring Etiquette
Braiding and Body Clipping
Horseless members are encouraged to attend and observe the first two sessions unmounted.
Winter harvesting can leave forest roads vulnerable to damage during the spring thawing period, prior to re-entry or final close-out. Several accepted and approved best management practices (BMP) methods for controlling water flow, and sedimentation will be installed on a steep truck access road, monitored and documented for effectiveness. Come see the results for yourself!
Bryan Comeau - New Hampshire Division of Forest and Lands
Steve Patten - New Hampshire Timberland Owners Association
Sarah Smith - University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension
4.0 PLP re-certification Credits
4.0 SAF category 1 CFE credits
PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED
Call or email to register: (603)224-9699 or email@example.com
Visa, Master Card, Discover accepted
Mail Registration to:
N.H. Timberland Owners Association
54 Portsmouth St.
Concord, NH 03301
Make checks payable to: NHTOA
No refunds will be made unless notice of cancellation is given at least 48 hours prior to class date.
This Rockingham County Woodland Owners Association blueberry breakfast is designed as a family affair. Bring your children, your grandchildren and your neighbors with you. The walk after breakfast will allow us to see, hear and find the delights of Spring in our garden, fields and woodlands by a gentle walk on trails through the forest and pastures. The walk will be lead by John Wallace, chair of the Barrington Conservation Commission. John has led many walks and is a “Speaking for Wildlife” presenter for the University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension Covert Program. The breakfast is planned for all ages.
Cost: $7:00 per adult,
$3.50 per child under 10.
Please register in advance: send the form found on the attached flyer along with your check to: Betsy Sanders, 61 Beach Plain Road, Danville, NH 03819
Textiles Revue is an annual 4-H event for Strafford and Rockingham counties that allows youth to display their work in the textile arts. The Textiles Program takes place over two separate dates: a judging day and an exhibition.
Youth in textile project areas learn life skills such as
Time and money management
Patience and perseverance
Measuring and mathematical skills
All kinds of textile projects are celebrated at Textiles Revue! Possible project entries include items such as
Register using your 4HOnline account.
Do you have fun making a little bit of maple syrup as a hobby for your family? Are you looking to expand or would you like to be a little more efficient? This seminar is geared towards the hobbyist and small producers with under 100 taps. Tree identification, tapping, collecting sap, boiling, finishing, the equipment needed for those steps, and how to properly use it will be covered.
For those who can’t attend Friday, the seminar will be repeated on Saturday.
Are you interested in learning more about how to take care of the fruit trees and bushes on your property? Carl Majewski, UNH Cooperative Extension Field Specialist, will demonstrate planting and pest management techniques and discuss site considerations. Feel free to join us at this informal and informational workshop.
This is the quilt show and fashion review portion of the two day event.
(NOTE: Earlier deadline for Horses and Beef Steers going to ESE.)
(NOTE: Earlier deadline for Horses going to ESE.)
If your 4-H Club is doing a Community Beautification Project, applications DUE today in the Lancaster office for Grant funds.
Coös County 4-H Advisory Council scholarship applications are due in the Coös County Extension office today.
If you are eligible, (grade 8, age 14 or older) you should have received the paperwork in your 'snail' mail.
Please complete and return to the Coös County 4-H Office by May 1.
Join Jim Frohn, Grafton County Extension Forester, and Matt Tarr, UNHCE Wildlife Specialist, on a tour of a floodplain forest along the Connecticut River:
PLEASE BE PREPARED:
There will be about a 10 minute walk to the floodplain area - moderately strenuous over some uneven terrain. Bring a pair of waterproof boots or other footwear appropriate for crossing some shallow water, and dress for the weather.
Pre-register by calling 787-6944 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Space is limited!
Cooking Matters for Families is a six week cooking series for children and families. In this class, participants will learn the basic cooking skills necessary to prepare healthy, low cost meals and develop healthy eating habits at home, school and when eating out.
When: Mondays - March 28; April 4, 11, 18; May 2, 9.
As the weather warms up and the plants begin to grow, it's time to watch for insects, weeds, and plant diseases that may cause trouble in your vegetable garden. UNH Cooperative Extension Master Gardener Ann Lacroix will talk about common pests to watch for and will discuss the steps you can take to prevent problems or minimize damage using chemical-free methods.
The NH Division of Weights & Measures, NH Dept. of Agriculture Markets & Food, will once again be holding a Scale Clinic in Coos County.
The Clinic is open to anyone who grows and sells their own agricultural products and who uses a scale commercially at farmers markets or a farm stand. Inspection and certification is free to growers who have 3 or fewer scales under 100 lbs. capacity and no other commercial devices.
Attendees should bring: legal-for-trade scale(s) and any necessary accessories; current scale license (if you have one); and renewal forms and payments due (no credit cards accepted).
If you are unable to make it to the May 3 clinic or if you have questions, please call the NH Division of Weights & Measures at 603-271-3700 or go to: www.agriculture.nh.gov and click on Division of Weights and Measures.
The Monadnock 4-H Shooting Sports Club meets every 1st and 3rd Thursday from 6 to 8 pm at the Peterborough Sportsman Club indoor range. This program is open to all 4-Hers interested in shooting sports. Must be 8 years or older to participate. Contact the Hillsborough County 4-H office for more information.
The Hillsborough County 4-H Horse Council will hold it's meeting on Tuesday, May 3rd, at 7pm at the Hillsborough County Nursing Home (400 Mast Rd). All 4-H horse leaders, parents and teens are invited.
N.H. Coverts Project volunteers are one of the most widespread, dedicated groups working for New Hampshire’s wildlife and forests. Applications are now being accepted for this year’s volunteer training workshop on May 4-7, at the Barbara C. Harris Conference Center in Greenfield.
Started in 1995, the N.H. Coverts Project has trained over 500 volunteers to promote wildlife conservation and forest stewardship throughout New Hampshire. Each year, 25 conservation-minded New Hampshire residents gather with a team of natural resource professionals for a three-and-a-half day workshop, where they learn about wildlife and forest ecology, habitat management, land conservation, and effective outreach. Although there is a $50 registration fee, all lodging, food and other expenses are funded by program sponsors. In exchange for the training, participants commit to at least 40 hours of volunteer work in the coming year and to motivate others to become stewards of the state's wildlife and forest resources.
To apply for this year’s N.H. Coverts Project training, download and complete the 2016 N.H. Coverts Project Application at nhcoverts.org. The deadline for receiving applications is March 1, 2016. For more information, visit the project website at nhcoverts.org or contact Project Coordinator Haley Andreozzi at email@example.com or (603) 862-5327.
- Personal protective equipment
- Chainsaw maintenance safety
- Hazard evaluation
- Basics of felling
Spencer Laramie, Canaan, N.H.
Steve Patten, NHTOA
NOTE: Participants MUST BRING
- ear protection
- safety boots
- hard hat
- eye protection
YOU MUST BE AT LEAST 18 YEARS OLD AND HAVE SIGNIFICANT CHAINSAW EXPERIENCE IN ORDER TO PARTICIPATE
THIS COURSE IS REQUIRED FOR PLP CERTIFICATION, and can be used for PLP re-certification credits.
8.0 PLP certification credits
6.5 SAF category 2 CFE credits
Class size is limited please sign up early. Please visit the website for class status: www.nhtoa.org
Register for Classes: Phone: (603) 224-9699 Please have your credit card and expiration date handy.
PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED.
Mail to: NHTOA, 54 Portsmouth St. Concord, N.H. 03301
CHECKS, MONEY ORDERS, VISA, MASTER CARD, DISCOVER CARD ACCEPTED
Learn the ins and outs of working with ArcGIS 10.2 in a hands-on learning environment! This course is useful for people who have no prior GIS experience, as well as those who have used ArcGIS, but are new to ArcGIS 10.2 With a focus on New Hampshire data and applications, participants learn how to use ArcGIS 10.2 to produce attractive, effective maps. Data processing and data editing technigues are also covered.