• Amy Papineau to Lead Food & Agriculture Team

    Amy Papineau to Lead Food & Agriculture Team

    In her new role, Papineau will lead Cooperative Extension's food and agriculture staff and external partners as they develop and implement research-based educational programming for New Hampshire residents.
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  • Saving Special Places 2017

    Registration is open for New Hampshire's annual land conversation conference. The keynote speaker is acclaimed author and speaker Terry Tempest Williams. Don't miss it!
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  • Connecting People to Trails in the Digital Age

    UNH Graduate Student Holly Fosher recently worked with UNH Cooperative Extension staff to increase public access to local trail maps.
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  • In Search of New Hampshire's Biggest Trees

    Since 1950, the NH Big Tree Program volunteers have been finding, recording and achieving recognition for our magnificent individual trees. Pictured: Kevin Martin with a red oak in Charleston.
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  • NH Moose Calves Overcome with Winter Ticks

    NHPR recently reported that New Hampshire's moose population is at an all time low, due in part to a warmer climate that has allowed ticks to thrive. Learn more about why winter ticks threaten moose and what you can do to protect yourself.
    Winter Ticks
  • Aquaculture Project Brings Steelhead Trout to NH

    UNH Cooperative Extension and NH Sea Grant's successful aquaculture project is still making news! Watch the latest coverage, courtesy of Portland, Maine's NBC affiliate, WCSH.
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Grow it Green

This Week: Backyard Sugaring (Part 1 of 3)

Guest speaker and Cooperative Extension Field Specialist Mary Tebo Davis will introduce backyard sugaring, describe how to identify sugar maple trees and talk about how many trees are needed. 

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