• First Impressions Focuses on Improving Downtowns

    Cooperative Extension's program aims to give decision makers in Rochester a fresh perspective on the city's downtown and suggestions for improvements.
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  • Leaf Relief

    Karen Bennett, Cooperative Extension forestry professor and specialist, explains why the drought does not pose a significant threat to New Hampshire's fall foliage.
    Fall foliage
  • True Passion for 4-H

    Regina Smick-Attisano, pictured with 4-H supporter Andy Robertson, talks about her experiences as a 4-Her and as the chair of the 4-H Foundation of New Hampshire.
    Regina Smick-Attisano
  • STEM Sell

    After an unbroken string of unusually hot, dry days, the skies finally opened on Wednesday, Aug. 10, drenching the 12 STEM docents who had gathered at the Piscataquog River in Manchester for the second day of their program training.
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  • Making Waves

    Charlie French, Cooperative Extension's Community and Economic Development program leader, reports on the implementation of innovative Ripple Effect Mapping to measure program impacts.
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  • Ron Klemarczyk

    The Giving Trees

    Ron Klemarczyk has loved trees since he was a young Boy Scout growing up in Exeter. So, five decades later, it seems fitting that he is also the forester who helps the Daniel Webster Council Boy Scouts manage their woods on the Griswold Scout Reservation in Gilmanton.
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