• 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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  • Small bug, big problem

    The Union Leader's recent report on bed bugs in Farmington, NH has cast light on pest problem that can pop up anywhere. But our own Rachel Maccini has you covered. Check out her helpful fact sheet now. Photo Credit: Whitney Cranshaw, Colorado State University, bugwood.org
    Bed Bug Fact Sheet
  • The Best Presentations in Life...Are Short

    Find out what happened when UNH Cooperative Extension's Amanda Stone participated in a 15-minute presentation about a climate change project with two middle school teachers at the 2016 Northern New England Chapter of the American Planning Association Annual Meeting.
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Grow it Green

This Week: Farm & Forest Expo and Plant Something NH

Farm & Forest, New Hampshire’s premier winter fair, is on February 17 and 18. Plant Something is a national grassroots movement that increases consumer support of local growers, nurseries, garden centers and landscapers by promoting public awareness of the health, environmental and monetary benefits of plants. Learn more about both below!

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