WE HELP YOU CONNECT Since 1915, the University of New Hampshire (UNH) Cooperative Extension – a partnership among county, state and federal government – has provided New Hampshire citizens with research-based information and non-formal educational programs. Our county outreach staff connects directly to the larger resources of UNH Cooperative Extension’s campus-based subject-matter specialists, to the University of New Hampshire faculty, and to the nation’s land grant university system. Our specialists and county outreach staff conduct field research and organize programs based on requests from stakeholder groups. The Merrimack County Extension Staff prides itself on its friendly, resourceful and responsive outreach to Merrimack County residents.
We extend our reach recruiting, training and supporting thousands of volunteers, who volunteer as 4-H leaders, master gardeners, community tree stewards, lake quality monitors, and wildlife stewards.
Here are a few ways we have helped Merrimack County residents over the past year: Merrimack County Highlights
Call us: 603-796-2151
Find us: We are open Monday - Friday from 8:00 AM till 4:00 PM our Office is located at 315 Daniel Webster Highway, Boscawen, NH 03303.
Email us: email@example.com
OUR COUNTY PROGRAMS:
- 4H Youth Development
- Merrimack County 4-H Website
- Find out going on with Merrimack County 4-H!
- Follow Merrimack County 4-H on Facebook!
- Community Development
- Food & Agriculture
- Watch a presentation by Dot Perkins, Livestock Extension Field Specialist on Raising Ducks for Meat Production
- Food & Health - Nutrition Connections
- Natural Resources
- Youth & Family
Problem Diagnosis and Testing Services
Help us slow the spread
Emerald ashborer (EAB) was found in New Hampshire (Concord, March 2013). EAB attacks ash trees, and is responsible for the death of millions of ash trees in the midwest. Help us slow the spread.