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Friday, 06/03/2016

Managing Habitat for Ruffed Grouse (Even if you don't have aspen!)
Friday, 06/03/2016 (08:30 AM - 01:30 PM)

Workshop Description:

Learn about grouse ecology and habitat management to benefit grouse, other young forest wildlife, and mature forest wildlife on this property tour and field discussion. Bring your own lunch for lunch in the field.  

 

Agenda:

8:30 – 9:00       Registration

9:00 – 9:15       Introductions and property overview

9:15 – 10:00     Overview of grouse ecology and habitat management

10:00 – 10:15   Break

10:15 – 12:15   Property Tours and field discussion of managing habitat to benefit grouse, other young forest wildlife, and mature forest wildlife.

12:15-12:45     Lunch in the field (bring your own)

12:45-1:30       Continue field discussion

1:30                 Adjourn

 

SAF Category 1–3.5 CFE’s
PLP 4.0 credits

 

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Directions:
From Route 10 in Marlow, take 123A West. After 4.9 miles, in South Acworth, right onto Hill Road. Fol-low Hill Road for 2.1 miles to the five-way intersection in the Town of Acworth. Turn left onto Charlestown Road. After 1.8 miles turn right onto Black North Road. Go about 1 mile to woodlot gate on right (N 43.24980, W 72.32214). Follow signs to the workshop. Note: Some GPS units show that Black North Road is accessible from the north but the only passable access is from Charlestown Road.

 

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Location

  • Fred Ernst Property, Black North Rd., Acworth, NH, 03601

Drip Irrigation Twilight Meeting
Friday, 06/03/2016 (03:00 PM - 07:00 PM)

 

 

The purpose of this meeting is to review what drip irrigation options and strategies vegetable and fruit growers should be considering for the coming growing season.  We will be presenting a hands-on demonstration on setting up a drip irrigation system.  Starting from the pond to the field describing the various components of the drip irrigation system, fertigation and chemigation will be discussed.

 

Speakers include: Trevor Hardy (Brookdale), Bill Lamont (Penn State University), Bill Wolfram (Toro), Chelsea Smith (BASF), Chad Cochrane (NRCS), Nate Nourse (Nourse Nursery), Tom Matt (Kifco), George Hamilton (UNH CE) and others.

 

3.5 PAT Credits have been approved for this meeting

 

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Location

  • Brookdale Fruit Farm, 36 Broad Street, Hollis, NH, 03049

Saturday, 06/04/2016

NH Professional Loggers Program Mechanized Harvesting: Cut to Length
Saturday, 06/04/2016 (08:00 AM - 12:00 PM)

 

Course Content:
Learn what makes Cut to Length harvesting distinctly different from other harvest systems utilized in the northeast. Topics will include machine details, operating procedures, systems maintenance and troubleshooting, operating costs and “must have” items for a complete CTL toolbox. Location of this workshop is subject to change. Please make sure we have your contact information.

 


Instructors:
Steve Patten, NHTOA
Wade Paight, Cutting Edge Timber Harvesting

 
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

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Location

  • Bigelow Hill Road, Troy, NH,

Monday, 06/06/2016

GIS/GPS Boot Camp
Monday, 06/06/2016 (08:30 AM - 04:00 PM)

This 5-day workshop is designed for educators and others interested in exploring natural and societal resources using GIS and GPS technology.  Participants learn to map natural resources and community assets while exploring methods for sharing maps with others.  Activities will involve informational lectures on course topics, immediately followed by hands-on related GPS and GIS exercises.

 

No previous GIS or GPS experience is required.  Course content is appropraiate for all people interested in using GIS to map community resources, including high school or middle school educators, town employees, conservation commissions and planning board representatives.

 

Location

  • University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH, 03824

Want to Sell More at the Farm Market and Make Money?
Monday, 06/06/2016 (06:30 PM - 07:30 PM)

Nada Haddad, Food & Agriculture Field Specialist with UNH Cooperative Extension, will give many tips to get you ready for your Farm Market. Product quality, sales etiquette, and customer profile will be covered during the presentation.

 

This workshop is designed for farmers and growers operating a farm stand or a CSA (Community Supported Agriculture), or a Pick-Your-Own farm, or selling products at the farmers market. Soon-to-be growers thinking of selling their agriculture products will also benefit from this workshop and the discussion of the pros and cons of the different market channels.

 

No cost to attend the workshop but pre-registration is appreciated for planning purposes.

 

Register 

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Location

  • Boscawen Municipal Complex, 116 North Main Street, 4th Floor, Boscawen, NH, 03303

Tuesday, 06/07/2016

GIS/GPS Boot Camp
Tuesday, 06/07/2016 (08:30 AM - 04:00 PM)

This 5-day workshop is designed for educators and others interested in exploring natural and societal resources using GIS and GPS technology.  Participants learn to map natural resources and community assets while exploring methods for sharing maps with others.  Activities will involve informational lectures on course topics, immediately followed by hands-on related GPS and GIS exercises.

 

No previous GIS or GPS experience is required.  Course content is appropraiate for all people interested in using GIS to map community resources, including high school or middle school educators, town employees, conservation commissions and planning board representatives.

 

Location

  • University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH, 03824

ServSafe Food Managers Certification Course and Exam
Tuesday, 06/07/2016 (08:30 AM - 05:00 PM)

ServSafe® is a nationally recognized food safety certification program of the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation (NRAEF). This one-day course provides the latest science-based information on food safety and best practices in the industry.

Participants will learn how foodborne bacteria contaminate food and the safest way to receive, store, prepare, cook and serve food for their customers.

Participants are expected to study the ServSafe Manager coursebook prior to class. At the end of the course, the national ServSafe certification exam will be administered. Participants passing the exam with a grade of 75% or higher will receive ServSafe® Food Safety Certification from NRAEF. Certification is valid for five years.

Instructor: Ann Hamilton, Field Specialist, Food Safety

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Location

  • StoryLand, Glen, NH, 03838

4-H Carroll County Teen Conference Orientation
Tuesday, 06/07/2016 (05:00 PM - 06:00 PM)

4-H Carroll County Teen Conference Orientation

Location to be determined.

Wednesday, 06/08/2016

GIS/GPS Boot Camp
Wednesday, 06/08/2016 (08:30 AM - 04:00 PM)

This 5-day workshop is designed for educators and others interested in exploring natural and societal resources using GIS and GPS technology.  Participants learn to map natural resources and community assets while exploring methods for sharing maps with others.  Activities will involve informational lectures on course topics, immediately followed by hands-on related GPS and GIS exercises.

 

No previous GIS or GPS experience is required.  Course content is appropraiate for all people interested in using GIS to map community resources, including high school or middle school educators, town employees, conservation commissions and planning board representatives.

 

Location

  • University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH, 03824

Tree Fruit Twilight Meeting
Wednesday, 06/08/2016 (05:30 PM - 07:30 PM)

 

2.0 pesticide credits have been approved for this meeting.

 

Location

  • Gould Hill Farm, 656 Gould Hill Road, Contoocook, NH,

Thursday, 06/09/2016

GIS/GPS Boot Camp
Thursday, 06/09/2016 (08:30 AM - 04:00 PM)

This 5-day workshop is designed for educators and others interested in exploring natural and societal resources using GIS and GPS technology.  Participants learn to map natural resources and community assets while exploring methods for sharing maps with others.  Activities will involve informational lectures on course topics, immediately followed by hands-on related GPS and GIS exercises.

 

No previous GIS or GPS experience is required.  Course content is appropraiate for all people interested in using GIS to map community resources, including high school or middle school educators, town employees, conservation commissions and planning board representatives.

 

Location

  • University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH, 03824

Friday, 06/10/2016

GIS/GPS Boot Camp
Friday, 06/10/2016 (08:30 AM - 04:00 PM)

This 5-day workshop is designed for educators and others interested in exploring natural and societal resources using GIS and GPS technology.  Participants learn to map natural resources and community assets while exploring methods for sharing maps with others.  Activities will involve informational lectures on course topics, immediately followed by hands-on related GPS and GIS exercises.

 

No previous GIS or GPS experience is required.  Course content is appropraiate for all people interested in using GIS to map community resources, including high school or middle school educators, town employees, conservation commissions and planning board representatives.

 

Location

  • University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH, 03824

Saturday, 06/11/2016

Youth Mental Health First Aid Training
Saturday, 06/11/2016 (08:30 AM - 05:00 PM)

Sometimes, the best first aid is YOU. A young person you know could be experiencing a mental health challenge or crisis.

Presented by UNH Cooperative Extension Youth and Family Field Specialists Thom Linehan, Ed.D. and Gail Kennedy, MSW

Participants will receive 8 hours of professional development time with certificates available.

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Location

  • Meredith Community Center, One Circle Drive, Meredith, NH, 03253

Safety Awareness in the Food Environment
Saturday, 06/11/2016 (09:00 AM - 11:00 AM)

SAFE reviews critical food safety and sanitation concepts such as personal hygiene, preventing cross contamination, and controlling time and temperature. SAFE workshops provide food safety training for new employees and refresher information for more experienced staff. The 2-hour workshop uses practical discussion and hands-on demonstrations to help participants apply safe food handling practices in the workplace. SAFE participants receive fact sheets and a certificate of attendance.

Presented by: Ann Hamilton, Field Specialist and ServSafe(r) Certified Instructor.

To be held at the Town Docks in Meredith.

Wednesday, 06/15/2016

Grasslands & Meadows: Important Wildlife Habitat
Wednesday, 06/15/2016 (09:00 AM - 03:00 AM)

Grasslands and meadows are rare habitats in New Hampshire, and many of the wildlife species that depend on them have declined significantly over the last several decades. Learn about the maintenance required to create or maintain these habitats during a series of indoor presentations, followed by an outdoor field session at NH Fish & Game’s Lower Shaker Wildlife Management Area. We will discuss the ecology and management of grasslands, management of native pollinator habitat, common plants found in these habitats, and the history and management of the Lower Shaker WMA. The afternoon field session will include visits to a variety of grasslands and meadows and discussion of management techniques.

Agenda

Welcome & Introduction - Haley Andreozzi, UNH Cooperative Extension


Grassland Ecology & Management - Matt Tarr, UNH Cooperative Extension


Managing for Native Pollinators - Jarrod Fowler, Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation - Don Keirstead, Natural Resources Conservation Service


Common Grasses & Meadow Plants - Jim Kennedy, Landscape Architect/Wetlands Scientist, NH Coverts Project Volunteer


Lunchtime Presentation (Bring your own lunch)
Enfield: Land of the Shakers, Land for Wildlife - Michael O’Connor, Enfield Shaker Museum, Jim Oehler, NH Fish & Game Department, Field Session at Lower Shaker Wildlife Management Area

Field Session at the Lower Shaker Wildlife Management Area

 

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SAF - 4.5 category 1 CFE credits
6.0 contact hours for natural resources professionals

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Saturday, 06/18/2016

5th Annual NH 4-H Shooting Sports Jamboree
Saturday, 06/18/2016 (08:30 AM - 02:30 PM)

Pointer Fish & Game will be the host for this 5th Annual Jamboree open to youth ages 8-18 and adults. Participation is limited and registration is required. Cost is $5 per youth and $10 per adult. This covers ammunition and lunch (provided by Pointer). 

See the NH Shooting Sports website for details and registration instructions.  Registration due June 3.

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Friday, 06/24/2016

Forest Management with Birds in Mind
Friday, 06/24/2016 (09:00 AM - 04:00 PM)

 

For the past year, Dan Lambert of High Branch Conservation Services and Len Reitsma of Plymouth State University have been working with foresters, wildlife biologists, and environmental biology students to develop management guidelines for several wildlife species in decline. Join Dan, Len, and forestry and wildlife specialists from UNH Cooperative Extension to hear results from this effort during this workshop that will involve observation and discussion of forestry practices that enhance habitat quality for these Species of Greatest Conservation Need (SGCN) and many other wildlife species. Participants will also have the opportunity to hold a migrant bird species in their hand while discussing details about their habitat needs. This workshop will take place entirely in the field. Come prepared. Lunch will be provided as part of the cost of the workshop.

 

9am-Noon: Reitsma Tree Farm
A close look at the Reitsma Tree Farm, where an experimental harvest was conducted in March 2012 as part of a study examining the effects of different patch cut techniques on bird diversity.


Noon-1pm: Lunch Break (provided)


1pm-4pm: Bear Pond Natural Area
Visit to a conserved area heavily harvested in the early 1980s, where a population study of Canada warblers has been ongoing since 2003.

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Directions: The workshop will begin at the Reitsma American Tree Farm, located at 266 Prospect Hill Road in Canaan, NH. From the intersection of Rt. 4 and Rt. 118 in Canaan travel north on Canaan St. for 2.8 miles. Turn right onto Prospect Hill Road and travel 1.6 miles until you see #266 on the right.

 

 

 

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Location

  • Reitsma Tree Farm, 266 Prospect Hill Rd., Canaan, NH, 03741

Sunday, 06/26/2016

Barry Conservation 4-H Camp - Shooting Sports Camp Week
Sunday, 06/26/2016 (All day)

Camp opens for the season today, starting with

Shooting Sports Camp Week - June 26 - July 1, 2016

Check out the Camp webpage for details

 

Location

  • Barry Conservation 4-H Camp, Berlin Fish Hatchery, 3783 York Pond Road, Berlin, NH, 03570

Thursday, 06/30/2016

GIS 101: Learning to Map in the Digital Age
Thursday, 06/30/2016 (09:00 AM - 12:00 PM)

Topics Covered: basic GIS concepts, free GIS and mapping software, types of GIS data

Learn GIS basics and explore a variety of free GIS and mapping programs (for PC's and Macs)! You will be introduced to the basic concepts of GIS, explore the variety of GIS and mapping software available for free, learn GIS jargon and understand both the applications and the limitations of GIS. This course is useful for people who have no prior GIS experience and new GIS users.

Participants will learn to: "talk the talk" of GIS by learning basic terminology describe the applications and limitations of GIS, understand the pros and cons of free GIS and mapping software options, download free GIS data.

Location

  • UNH - G18 Pettee Hall, 55 College Road, Durham, NH, 03824

Mobile Mapping Made Easy
Thursday, 06/30/2016 (01:00 PM - 04:00 PM)

Learn to use your mobile device (smartphone, tablet) to collect data in the field and make a map on your computer! Whether you want to use your smartphone to make maps for fun or for work, this workshop is for you. This class starts with a review of the most capable mapping apps available for iOS and Android.

Participants will learn to collect GPS data with a mobile device, make an online map with collected data, move map layers from their computer to their mobile device.

Location

  • UNH - G18 Pettee Hall, 55 College Road, Durham, NH, 03824

Tuesday, 07/05/2016

Barry Conservation 4-H Camp - Mini Camp
Tuesday, 07/05/2016 (All day)

Mini Camp - July 5-8, 2016

Check out the Camp webpage for details

 

Location

  • Barry Conservation 4-H Camp, Berlin Fish Hatchery, 3783 York Pond Road, Berlin, NH, 03570

Sunday, 07/10/2016

Barry Conservation 4-H Camp - Fish Camp
Sunday, 07/10/2016 (All day)

Location

  • Barry Conservation 4-H Camp, Berlin Fish Hatchery, 3783 York Pond Road, Berlin, NH, 03570

Wednesday, 07/13/2016

Tree Fruit Twilight Meeting
Wednesday, 07/13/2016 (05:30 PM - 07:30 PM)

 

Details to come.

 

Location

  • Poverty Lane ORchards and Farnum Hill Ciders, 98 Poverty Lane, Lebanon, NH, 03766

Sunday, 07/17/2016

Barry Conservation 4-H Camp - 4-H On The Wild Side
Sunday, 07/17/2016 (All day)

Location

  • Barry Conservation 4-H Camp, Berlin Fish Hatchery, 3783 York Pond Road, Berlin, NH, 03570

Wednesday, 07/20/2016

Grasslands & Meadows: Important Wildlife Habitat
Wednesday, 07/20/2016 (09:00 AM - 03:00 AM)

Grasslands and meadows are rare habitats in New Hampshire, and many of the wildlife species that depend on them have declined significantly over the last several decades. Learn about the maintenance required to create or maintain these habitats during a series of indoor presentations, followed by an outdoor field session at the Strafford County Farm. We will discuss the ecology and management of grasslands, management of native pollinator habitat, and common plants found in these habitats. The afternoon field session will include visits to a variety of grasslands and meadows and discussion of management techniques.

Agenda

Welcome & Introduction - Haley Andreozzi, UNH Cooperative Extension


Grassland Ecology & Management - Matt Tarr, UNH Cooperative Extension


Managing for Native Pollinators - Jarrod Fowler, Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation - Don Keirstead, Natural Resources Conservation Service


Common Grasses & Meadow Plants - Jim Kennedy, Landscape Architect/Wetlands Scientist, NH Coverts Project Volunteer


Lunchtime (Bring your own lunch)

Field Session at Strafford County Farm - led by Andy Fast and Matt Tarr, UNH Cooperative Extension

 

REGISTER HERE

 

SAF - 4.5 category 1 CFE credits
5.25 contact hours for natural resources professionals

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