2013 NH 4-H Shooting Sports Brochure
3-page application form
Introduction to online course for New Hampshire 4-H volunteers
Community Training in Ecological Design: Solution-based training for New Hampshire Community Leaders and Professionals using Permaculture Design Principles
Join Steve Whitman, Lauren Chase-Rowell, Mary Tebo Davis and Stacey Doll as they lead you through a new and innovative training on Ecological Solutions for NH Communities.
Developed from the full Permaculture Design Certification course curriculum, the training is geared toward town staff and community leaders and will provide you with the necessary tools to plan, design and develop a more resilient and sustainable future for your town’s infrastructure and economy while working in harmony with the natural world. Utilizing Permaculture Design Principles, you will be led through a series of conversations, participatory activities, case study field trips, and a design charette to introduce the ecological design process.
Participants will learn about appropriate technologies, scale, biodiversity, integrated design, and stacking functions in an effort to develop skills as an ecological designer and permaculturist for your community. Each participant will leave the training with the tools to work through the planning and development process within their community, and on their own personal property, that provide solutions for a better tomorrow.
CEUs credit has been submitted and is pending for AICP CM, AIA, NH Certified Professional Landscapers and NOFA Organic Landcare Practioners. Please register on-line as space is limited. You can pay by credit card, electronic check, or forward us a paper check. To register, visit: https://www.events.unh.edu/RegistrationForm.pm?event_id=15607
Who Should Attend: planning boards, energy committees, conservation commission, agricultural commissions, landscape architects, town engineers, road agents and town maintenance
Location: Boscawen, NH, 315 Daniel Webster Hwy
Dates: Jan. 17th - 8:30am – 5pm; Jan. 22nd – 1-5:30pm; Jan. 29th - 1-5:30 pm; Feb 1st- NOFA-NH winter conference 8:30-4pm; and Feb. 12th – 8:30-5pm; Snow Dates is Feb. 19th
This course is being held in Partnership with University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension
* The University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension is an equal opportunity educator and employer. University of New Hampshire, U.S. Department of Agriculture and N.H. counties cooperating.
Seminars for 2012 - 2013
Guide for new UNHCE staff in mentoring program as proteges.
List or resources included in welcome email to new staff
Grooming, Training, Showmanship
Trainings on Straw Rockets, Paper Bridges, and Spinning Toys
2-page info sheet for Spring 2012 volunteer training workshops
1-page registration form for Spring 2012 workshops
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Proper training and pruning is essential for development of structurally strong, productive apple and pear trees that will bear high quality fruits annually for many years.
Introduction to Working with UNHCE Volunteers -The Importance, Purpose and Objectives of UNHCE Volunteer Programs
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Working with UNHCE Volunteers: Identifying and Selecting Volunteers
Working with UNHCE Volunteers: Orienting and Training Volunteers
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