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Amy Loader has been named interim director of UNH Cooperative Extension
UNH Cooperative Extension is pleased to announce the appointment of Amy Loader as interim director, effective March 2024. Learn More
The official emblem of 4-H is a green four-leaf clover, and each leaf represents a component of the youth development organization
Each leaf of the 4-H clover represents one of the four essential elements of 4-H youth development: Head, Heart, Hands and Health. Learn More
Practical Strategies for Community Organizations with Limited Evaluation Resources
Many community-serving organizations struggle to capture the impacts of their work. Reasons include the lack of a formal system or structure by which ... Learn More
How We can Help You
  • woman talking on the phone, for context with the UNH Infoline

    We Help Homeowners

    Friendly and knowledgeable Master Gardener volunteers and staff answer your questions on topics like gardening, pests, landscaping, lawn care, safe food handling, wildlife and backyard livestock.

    Phone : 1.877.398.4769
    Email: answers@unh.edu

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  • forester examining a white pine
    We Help Landowners 

    We visit your property, free of charge and help you achieve your woodlot objectives including forestry, recreation, wildlife habitat, water resources, scenic beauty and income.  Learn More

  • group of children outdoors
    We Help Youth

    The 4-H program provides pathways for learning and growing.

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  • a woman facilitating a meeting
    We Help Communities

    Our Community & Economic Development team have many resources to help municipalities and civic organizations plan for the future. Learn More 

Extension By The Numbers


5,964+



183,827


Volunteer hours


$5.8 Million


value of Volunteer hours


160



150,000


Acres Improved