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Thursday, 07/31/2014

Preserving Your Harvest: The Basics of Preserving Food Safely
(06:00 PM - 08:00 PM)

 

Join us this summer for one of UNH Cooperative Extension's home food preservation workshops!

 

We'll cover the latest research-based methods and recipes, answer questions, and share experiences about these topics:

  • an overview of preserving food safely at home
  • jams and jellies
  • pickling
  • canning fruits and vegetables
  • freezing and drying food

This workshop is presented by Ann Hamilton, Field Specialist, Food & Ag.

 

Preregistration is requested by July 29, 2014 by calling Betty Lou Canty at 603-447-3834 or email bettylou.canty@unh.edu.

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Location

  • Frisbee Memorial Community Ed & Conf Center, 11 Whitehall Road, Rochester, NH, 03867

Chasing Ice - Weeks State Park Event
(07:00 PM - 09:00 PM)

The Weeks State Park Association is delighted to offer a free showing of the movie "Chasing Ice” at the Rialto Theater in Lancaster.  In 2005 acclaimed environmental photographer James Balog headed to the Arctic on a tricky assignment for National Geographic to capture images to help tell the story of the Earth’s changing climate. “Chasing Ice” is the story of Balog’s quest to document evidence of our changing planet. The result was his Extreme Ice Survey using time-lapse cameras across the brutal Arctic to capture multi-year records of the world’s changing glaciers. Balog’s hauntingly beautiful videos compress years into seconds and ancient mountains of ice in motion.


We are indeed fortunate to have Dr. Tad Pfeffer on hand to introduce this film.  Dr. Pfeffer is a team member of the "Chasing Ice" project.  He is a glaciologist at the Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research and professor of civil, environmental and architectural engineering at the University of Colorado at Boulder.  He is visiting in New Hampshire this summer and has graciously offered to visit with us during the showing of the film in Lancaster.


Friday, 08/01/2014

Mobile Technology for Mapping
(01:00 PM - 04:00 PM)

Are you still lugging a camera, notebook, pen, GPS, compass, various field guides, and paper survey maps when you head out to a property or easement to undertake stewardship activities? Come learn about the basics of using mobile technology for mapping and how you can use it to gain efficiencies and stay organized.

Presented by: Jeff Lougee Director of Stewardship & Ecological Management, The Nature Conservancy.

Join UNH Cooperative Extension and the New Hampshire Association of Conservation commissions for the 2014 Conservation Commission Field Training Series. These workshops are aimed at those who serve on their town's conservation commissions, but are open to the public and all are welcome to attend.

Register


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Location

  • Tin Mountain Conservation Center, 1245 Bald Hill Road, Albany, NH, 03818

Saturday, 08/02/2014

Appledore Island Walking Tour Cruise
(09:30 AM - 03:00 PM)

- Sunday, July 20, 2014 
- Sunday, July 27, 2014 
- Saturday, August 2, 2014 
- Sunday, August 10, 2014

- Friday, August 15, 2014

- Sunday, August 17, 2014

- Saturday August 23, 2014

 

Spend the day on Appledore Island, one of the nine beautiful Isles of Shoals off the coasts of Maine and New Hampshire. Travel out to Appledore on the University of New Hampshire research vessel, the R/V Gulf Challenger, with UNH Cooperative Extension Marine Docent tour guides. Investigate the intriguing intertidal creatures and zooplankton collected from the ocean at informal science stations on the boat.

 

On Appledore, explore the natural history of the island with the Docents. Look down to magnificent rock formations of eons past and up to a sky filled with birds that live on the island today. Learn about the plants that withstood the salty sea air to provide colonial settlers with remedies and today supply nutrition for the long voyages of migrating birds.

 

Discover the important role the Shoals played in the fishing economy of the 17th century. Find out about the amazing resort hotels on the Shoals in the 19th century and the people who flocked to the Isles for the healthy sea air. Visit the recreated garden of famous poet and essayist Celia Thaxter, who once lived on Appledore, and learn of her family's life on the Shoals.

 

Visit the main laboratory of the Shoals Marine Lab, the largest facility for undergraduate study of its kind in the world, and examine marine organisms via video microscope. Learn how students at the lab delve into the intensive study of the marine world and how you and your family can take a course there.

 

Bring a picnic lunch to enjoy while looking from the Isles to the coast or gazing at the long line of the horizon where the sea meets the sky. Taking an Appledore Island Walking Tour with the Docents is a voyage you'll never forget.

 

Open to members of the public on a first come, first served basis. Children 10 years of age and older are welcome on the cruises when escorted at all times by an adult. Cruise guests must accompany Marine Docents at all times on the Appledore tours. All cruise guests must be able to walk several miles. Terrain of the island requires moderate hiking exertion. Cruises depart from the UNH pier, which is next to the U.S. Coast Guard Station at Fort Point in New Castle. 


Website

Location

  • UNH Pier, Sullivan Lane, New Castle, NH, 03854

Monday, 08/04/2014

Newmarket Youth Garden
(10:00 AM - 11:00 AM)

Mondays: July 7 - August 18. From arugula to zucchini – water it, weed it, and fuel your body from the garden! Each week brings new produce to explore and recipes to try.

Location

  • Newmarket Recreation Center, 1 Terrace Drive, Newmarket, NH, 03857

Cooking Matters for Kids
(11:30 AM - 01:30 PM)

This six week program will take place on Mondays, July 7, 14, 21, 28 and August 4, 11, 2014. In this course kids become the chefs by learing to try new foods, prepare and cook healthy recipes and snacks for themselves. Children in grades 3-5 learn to make smart choices wherever they go - at school, at home, at the store or out to eat. Open to kids participating in programs at the Penacook Community Center, special guidelines apply.

Location

  • Penacook Community Center, 76 Community Drive, Penacook, NH, 03303

Cooking Matters for Kids
(01:00 PM - 02:30 PM)

Mondays: July 7 - August 4. In this course kids become the chefs and try new foods as they prepare and cook healthy recipes and snacks for themselves. Children in grades 3-5 learn to make smart choices wherever they go - at school, at home, at the store, or out to eat.

Location

  • Idlehurst Elementary School, Somersworth, 03878

Wednesday, 08/06/2014

Cooking Matters for Families
(10:30 AM - 12:30 PM)

Wednesdays: July 9 - August 13. A 6-week cooking and nutrition series for families with children ages 5-12.
• Learn basic cooking skills necessary to prepare healthy, low-cost meals.
• Develop healthy eating habits at home, at school, and when eating out.
• Prepare and share meals together.

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Location

  • The Upper Room, 36 Tsienneto Road, Derry, NH, 03038

Thursday, 08/07/2014

Scientist for a Day on Great Bay Cruise
(08:30 AM - 02:30 PM)

- Saturday, July 26, 2014

- Thursday, August 7, 2014

- Tuesday, August 12, 2014

 

Join fellow explorers on an activity-based cruise from Portsmouth up the Piscataqua River into the Great Bay Estuary and to the Jackson Estuarine Laboratory. You are likely to get your hands wet as you learn about marine and estuarine ecosystems on this informal, educational cruise. You'll be invited to tow for plankton and marvel at its movement in a magnifying scope; capture water from below the surface and test its characteristics; observe, handle, and hear about plants and animals from the unique habitats of the estuary; deploy an otter trawl; and find out what scientists study about The Great Bay.

 

The Great Bay Estuary system adds approximately 150 miles to New Hampshire's relatively small coastline. Those 150 miles include everything from industrial, historical, and military landmarks to a wildlife refuge and National Estuarine Research Reserve. There will be opportunities to learn more about these landmarks and share what you know. There is also plenty of time on-board to just enjoy the fresh air, sights, and sounds of the estuary with your on-board companions as we scan for bald eagles, osprey, and harbor seals.

 

You will cruise aboard the 50 foot UNH Research Vessel, Gulf Challenger, under the guidance of the enthusiastic and knowledgeable UNH Cooperative Extension Marine Docents, a New Hampshire Sea Grant water resources educator, and the crew of the Gulf Challenger. Time aboard the boat is approximately 5 hours including about a half-hour visit to the Jackson Estuarine Laboratory.

 

To ensure your comfort on the cruise, plan to dress for variable weather and to be exposed to the elements much of the time, although there is some space down below for use as needed. We cruise rain or shine! Bring a brown-bag lunch to eat while we make our way up the River or during our stop at Jackson Estuarine Lab. There are toilet facilities at the UNH Pier facility, on the Gulf Challenger, and at Jackson Lab. Some walking is required, mostly embarking and disembarking and can include steep ramps and floating docks. Comfortable, sturdy shoes are recommended. Seating is very limited, except on deck surfaces. The cruises are best experienced with an attitude for adventure and learning, sure to ignite your curiosity and provide an unforgettable experience! Open to members of the public on a first come, first served basis. Children 10 years of age and older are welcome on the cruises when escorted at all times by an adult. Cruises depart from the UNH pier, which is next to the U.S. Coast Guard Station at Fort Point in New Castle. 


Website

Location

  • UNH Pier, Sullivan Lane, New Castle, NH, 03854

Old Man Of The Mountain: Substance and Symbol - Weeks State Park Event
(07:00 PM - 09:00 PM)

Please join us for either or both of two events sponsored by the Weeks State Park Association on August 7 and August 8 remembering the Old Man of the Mountain, New Hampshire's most important symbol.  On Thursday, August 7, at 7 PM Maggie Stier will present a free program entitled "Old Man of the Mountain: Substance and Symbol" at Weeks State Park.

The evening program will be followed on Friday, August 8, by a field trip to visit the Old Man Museum at Franconia Notch State Park and ride the tram to the summit of Cannon Mountain to view the Old Man site.  The field trip will be guided by Dick Hamilton of the Old Man Museum and Maggie Stier who have detailed knowledge of and experience with the Old Man and Cannon Mountain.

For the Friday field trip the group will meet for carpooling and depart from the main gate of Weeks State Park at 9 AM.  The field trip will finish back in Lancaster by 3 PM.  This trip will require $15 per person for the tram ride up Cannon Mountain.  Please bring raingear just in case and wear suitable footwear for easy to moderate walking on the summit trails of Cannon Mountain.  Questions about the field trip may be directed to Sam Stoddard at  sstoddard3@gmail.com

The story of the Old Man of the Mountain in Franconia Notch is a story of New Hampshire itself, reflecting history, the arts, literature, geography, philosophy and public policy. Maggie Stier’s illustrated talk reveals the ways that this iconic place has sparked observers’ imaginations, attracted intense personal commitment, and symbolized changing public sentiment. Stier details the threats to the Old Man and Franconia Notch that led to protection as a State Park and, later, to the construction of the Franconia Notch Parkway. She concludes with an analysis of what caused the fall of the Old Man in 2003, a summary of private efforts to create a memorial, and a discussion of how this unique natural phenomenon may be remembered by future generations. The audience is invited to bring souvenirs, memorabilia or other artifacts of the Old Man of the Mountain for a shared display before and after the program, and to share their own experiences and memories on this topic.

 

Weeks State Park is located on the east side of Route 3, approximately 2 miles south of Lancaster.

Friday, 08/08/2014

Old Man Of The Mountain -Field Trip - Weeks State Park Event
(09:00 AM - 03:00 PM)

Please join us for either or both of two events sponsored by the Weeks State Park Association on August 7 and August 8 remembering the Old Man of the Mountain, New Hampshire's most important symbol.  On Thursday, August 7, at 7 PM Maggie Stier will present a free program entitled "Old Man of the Mountain: Substance and Symbol" at Weeks State Park.

The Thursday evening program will be followed on Friday, August 8, by a field trip to visit the Old Man Museum at Franconia Notch State Park and ride the tram to the summit of Cannon Mountain to view the Old Man site.  The field trip will be guided by Dick Hamilton of the Old Man Museum and Maggie Stier who have detailed knowledge of and experience with the Old Man and Cannon Mountain.

Friday field trip the group will meet for carpooling and depart from the main gate of Weeks State Park at 9 AM.  The field trip will finish back in Lancaster by 3 PM.  This trip will require $15 per person for the tram ride up Cannon Mountain.  Please bring raingear just in case and wear suitable footwear for easy to moderate walking on the summit trails of Cannon Mountain. 

 

Weeks State Park is located on the east side of Route 3, approximately 2 miles south of Lancaster.

Saturday, 08/09/2014

Belknap County 4-H Fair
(All day)


Location

  • Belknap County 4-H Fair Grounds, Mile Hill Road, Belmont, NH, 03220

Sunday, 08/10/2014

Belknap County 4-H Fair
(All day)


Location

  • Belknap County 4-H Fair Grounds, Mile Hill Road, Belmont, NH, 03220

Appledore Island Walking Tour Cruise
(09:30 AM - 03:00 PM)

- Sunday, July 20, 2014 
- Sunday, July 27, 2014 
- Saturday, August 2, 2014 
- Sunday, August 10, 2014

- Friday, August 15, 2014

- Sunday, August 17, 2014

- Saturday August 23, 2014

 

Spend the day on Appledore Island, one of the nine beautiful Isles of Shoals off the coasts of Maine and New Hampshire. Travel out to Appledore on the University of New Hampshire research vessel, the R/V Gulf Challenger, with UNH Cooperative Extension Marine Docent tour guides. Investigate the intriguing intertidal creatures and zooplankton collected from the ocean at informal science stations on the boat.

 

On Appledore, explore the natural history of the island with the Docents. Look down to magnificent rock formations of eons past and up to a sky filled with birds that live on the island today. Learn about the plants that withstood the salty sea air to provide colonial settlers with remedies and today supply nutrition for the long voyages of migrating birds.

 

Discover the important role the Shoals played in the fishing economy of the 17th century. Find out about the amazing resort hotels on the Shoals in the 19th century and the people who flocked to the Isles for the healthy sea air. Visit the recreated garden of famous poet and essayist Celia Thaxter, who once lived on Appledore, and learn of her family's life on the Shoals.

 

Visit the main laboratory of the Shoals Marine Lab, the largest facility for undergraduate study of its kind in the world, and examine marine organisms via video microscope. Learn how students at the lab delve into the intensive study of the marine world and how you and your family can take a course there.

 

Bring a picnic lunch to enjoy while looking from the Isles to the coast or gazing at the long line of the horizon where the sea meets the sky. Taking an Appledore Island Walking Tour with the Docents is a voyage you'll never forget.

 

Open to members of the public on a first come, first served basis. Children 10 years of age and older are welcome on the cruises when escorted at all times by an adult. Cruise guests must accompany Marine Docents at all times on the Appledore tours. All cruise guests must be able to walk several miles. Terrain of the island requires moderate hiking exertion. Cruises depart from the UNH pier, which is next to the U.S. Coast Guard Station at Fort Point in New Castle. 


Website

Location

  • UNH Pier, Sullivan Lane, New Castle, NH, 03854

Monday, 08/11/2014

Newmarket Youth Garden
(10:00 AM - 11:00 AM)

Mondays: July 7 - August 18. From arugula to zucchini – water it, weed it, and fuel your body from the garden! Each week brings new produce to explore and recipes to try.

Location

  • Newmarket Recreation Center, 1 Terrace Drive, Newmarket, NH, 03857

Cooking Matters for Kids
(11:30 AM - 01:30 PM)

This six week program will take place on Mondays, July 7, 14, 21, 28 and August 4, 11, 2014. In this course kids become the chefs by learing to try new foods, prepare and cook healthy recipes and snacks for themselves. Children in grades 3-5 learn to make smart choices wherever they go - at school, at home, at the store or out to eat. Open to kids participating in programs at the Penacook Community Center, special guidelines apply.

Location

  • Penacook Community Center, 76 Community Drive, Penacook, NH, 03303

Tuesday, 08/12/2014

Scientist for a Day on Great Bay Cruise
(08:30 AM - 02:30 PM)

- Saturday, July 26, 2014

- Thursday, August 7, 2014

- Tuesday, August 12, 2014

 

Join fellow explorers on an activity-based cruise from Portsmouth up the Piscataqua River into the Great Bay Estuary and to the Jackson Estuarine Laboratory. You are likely to get your hands wet as you learn about marine and estuarine ecosystems on this informal, educational cruise. You'll be invited to tow for plankton and marvel at its movement in a magnifying scope; capture water from below the surface and test its characteristics; observe, handle, and hear about plants and animals from the unique habitats of the estuary; deploy an otter trawl; and find out what scientists study about The Great Bay.

 

The Great Bay Estuary system adds approximately 150 miles to New Hampshire's relatively small coastline. Those 150 miles include everything from industrial, historical, and military landmarks to a wildlife refuge and National Estuarine Research Reserve. There will be opportunities to learn more about these landmarks and share what you know. There is also plenty of time on-board to just enjoy the fresh air, sights, and sounds of the estuary with your on-board companions as we scan for bald eagles, osprey, and harbor seals.

 

You will cruise aboard the 50 foot UNH Research Vessel, Gulf Challenger, under the guidance of the enthusiastic and knowledgeable UNH Cooperative Extension Marine Docents, a New Hampshire Sea Grant water resources educator, and the crew of the Gulf Challenger. Time aboard the boat is approximately 5 hours including about a half-hour visit to the Jackson Estuarine Laboratory.

 

To ensure your comfort on the cruise, plan to dress for variable weather and to be exposed to the elements much of the time, although there is some space down below for use as needed. We cruise rain or shine! Bring a brown-bag lunch to eat while we make our way up the River or during our stop at Jackson Estuarine Lab. There are toilet facilities at the UNH Pier facility, on the Gulf Challenger, and at Jackson Lab. Some walking is required, mostly embarking and disembarking and can include steep ramps and floating docks. Comfortable, sturdy shoes are recommended. Seating is very limited, except on deck surfaces. The cruises are best experienced with an attitude for adventure and learning, sure to ignite your curiosity and provide an unforgettable experience! Open to members of the public on a first come, first served basis. Children 10 years of age and older are welcome on the cruises when escorted at all times by an adult. Cruises depart from the UNH pier, which is next to the U.S. Coast Guard Station at Fort Point in New Castle. 


Website

Location

  • UNH Pier, Sullivan Lane, New Castle, NH, 03854

Wednesday, 08/13/2014

Cooking Matters for Families
(10:30 AM - 12:30 PM)

Wednesdays: July 9 - August 13. A 6-week cooking and nutrition series for families with children ages 5-12.
• Learn basic cooking skills necessary to prepare healthy, low-cost meals.
• Develop healthy eating habits at home, at school, and when eating out.
• Prepare and share meals together.

Linked file:

Location

  • The Upper Room, 36 Tsienneto Road, Derry, NH, 03038

Thursday, 08/14/2014

Weeks State Park Event - Life At The Top
(07:00 PM - 09:00 PM)

The program will be in the Great Room of the Summit Lodge of Weeks State Park.    

Come early and enjoy the scenic park drive and views.

 

Weeks State Park is located on the east side of Route 3, approximately 2 miles south of Lancaster.

Friday, 08/15/2014

Appledore Island Walking Tour Cruise
(09:30 AM - 03:00 PM)

- Sunday, July 20, 2014 
- Sunday, July 27, 2014 
- Saturday, August 2, 2014 
- Sunday, August 10, 2014

- Friday, August 15, 2014

- Sunday, August 17, 2014

- Saturday August 23, 2014

 

Spend the day on Appledore Island, one of the nine beautiful Isles of Shoals off the coasts of Maine and New Hampshire. Travel out to Appledore on the University of New Hampshire research vessel, the R/V Gulf Challenger, with UNH Cooperative Extension Marine Docent tour guides. Investigate the intriguing intertidal creatures and zooplankton collected from the ocean at informal science stations on the boat.

 

On Appledore, explore the natural history of the island with the Docents. Look down to magnificent rock formations of eons past and up to a sky filled with birds that live on the island today. Learn about the plants that withstood the salty sea air to provide colonial settlers with remedies and today supply nutrition for the long voyages of migrating birds.

 

Discover the important role the Shoals played in the fishing economy of the 17th century. Find out about the amazing resort hotels on the Shoals in the 19th century and the people who flocked to the Isles for the healthy sea air. Visit the recreated garden of famous poet and essayist Celia Thaxter, who once lived on Appledore, and learn of her family's life on the Shoals.

 

Visit the main laboratory of the Shoals Marine Lab, the largest facility for undergraduate study of its kind in the world, and examine marine organisms via video microscope. Learn how students at the lab delve into the intensive study of the marine world and how you and your family can take a course there.

 

Bring a picnic lunch to enjoy while looking from the Isles to the coast or gazing at the long line of the horizon where the sea meets the sky. Taking an Appledore Island Walking Tour with the Docents is a voyage you'll never forget.

 

Open to members of the public on a first come, first served basis. Children 10 years of age and older are welcome on the cruises when escorted at all times by an adult. Cruise guests must accompany Marine Docents at all times on the Appledore tours. All cruise guests must be able to walk several miles. Terrain of the island requires moderate hiking exertion. Cruises depart from the UNH pier, which is next to the U.S. Coast Guard Station at Fort Point in New Castle. 


Website

Location

  • UNH Pier, Sullivan Lane, New Castle, NH, 03854

Calhoun Family Forest Active Harvest Tour
(01:00 PM - 04:00 PM)

 

Join forester Swift Corwin, county forester Steve Roberge and land manager Rick Brackett for a tour through an active timber harvest operation at the Calhoun Family Forest in Gilsum. This workshop will provide attendees the opportunity to see the workings of an active cut-to-length timber harvest operation. Learn about working with a forester and NRCS to implement a timber harvest on your property to meet your goals and how a timber harvest can be used to improve wildlife habitat.

 

Field workshops will be held rain or shine and will require walking on uneven ground. Sturdy footwear is required. Workshops are free. Registration is not required but appreciated.

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Location

  • Calhoun Family Forest, White Brook Road, Gilsum, NH, 03448

Sunday, 08/17/2014

Appledore Island Walking Tour Cruise
(09:30 AM - 03:00 PM)

- Sunday, July 20, 2014 
- Sunday, July 27, 2014 
- Saturday, August 2, 2014 
- Sunday, August 10, 2014

- Friday, August 15, 2014

- Sunday, August 17, 2014

- Saturday August 23, 2014

 

Spend the day on Appledore Island, one of the nine beautiful Isles of Shoals off the coasts of Maine and New Hampshire. Travel out to Appledore on the University of New Hampshire research vessel, the R/V Gulf Challenger, with UNH Cooperative Extension Marine Docent tour guides. Investigate the intriguing intertidal creatures and zooplankton collected from the ocean at informal science stations on the boat.

 

On Appledore, explore the natural history of the island with the Docents. Look down to magnificent rock formations of eons past and up to a sky filled with birds that live on the island today. Learn about the plants that withstood the salty sea air to provide colonial settlers with remedies and today supply nutrition for the long voyages of migrating birds.

 

Discover the important role the Shoals played in the fishing economy of the 17th century. Find out about the amazing resort hotels on the Shoals in the 19th century and the people who flocked to the Isles for the healthy sea air. Visit the recreated garden of famous poet and essayist Celia Thaxter, who once lived on Appledore, and learn of her family's life on the Shoals.

 

Visit the main laboratory of the Shoals Marine Lab, the largest facility for undergraduate study of its kind in the world, and examine marine organisms via video microscope. Learn how students at the lab delve into the intensive study of the marine world and how you and your family can take a course there.

 

Bring a picnic lunch to enjoy while looking from the Isles to the coast or gazing at the long line of the horizon where the sea meets the sky. Taking an Appledore Island Walking Tour with the Docents is a voyage you'll never forget.

 

Open to members of the public on a first come, first served basis. Children 10 years of age and older are welcome on the cruises when escorted at all times by an adult. Cruise guests must accompany Marine Docents at all times on the Appledore tours. All cruise guests must be able to walk several miles. Terrain of the island requires moderate hiking exertion. Cruises depart from the UNH pier, which is next to the U.S. Coast Guard Station at Fort Point in New Castle. 


Website

Location

  • UNH Pier, Sullivan Lane, New Castle, NH, 03854

Monday, 08/18/2014

Newmarket Youth Garden
(10:00 AM - 11:00 AM)

Mondays: July 7 - August 18. From arugula to zucchini – water it, weed it, and fuel your body from the garden! Each week brings new produce to explore and recipes to try.

Location

  • Newmarket Recreation Center, 1 Terrace Drive, Newmarket, NH, 03857

Tuesday, 08/19/2014

Serving It Safe
(10:00 AM - 03:00 PM)

 

Serving It Safe is a 10-hour (2 day/5 hours) food safety course targeted at school service personnel. Developed by the National Food Service Management Institute, the course provides foodservice personnel at all levels information for managing a safe and sanitary school foodservice operation.

 

Presented by: Ann Hamilton, Field Specialist, Food & Ag, Food Safety

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Location

  • Berlin High School, 550 Willard Street, Berlin, NH, 03570

Thursday, 08/21/2014

Wetlands Identification
(05:00 PM - 07:00 PM)

Join us in a unique natural setting to learn about the basics of wetland delineation, stream and pond types, and natural communities identification. The Lyme Hill Conservation area includes a rich mesic forest, and several types of wetlands including a beaver pond complex.

Presented by: Jim Kennedy, Consulting Wetland Scientist.

Join UNH Cooperative Extension and the New Hampshire Association of Conservation commissions for the 2014 Conservation Commission Field Training Series. These workshops are aimed at those who serve on their town's conservation commissions, but are open to the public and all are welcome to attend.

Register


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Location

  • Lyme Hill Conservation Area, Route 10, Lyme, NH, 03768


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