Landscaping for Water Quality

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A Question of the Week
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Photo Credit: Paige Schoppmann, Plymouth State University Article by Dennis McFadden, NRS 2018 The broad range of voices at the 2019 New Hampshi... Learn More
We had a great time at the Lake Sunapee Protection Association for the 2018 Landscaping for Water Quality Workshop. Thank you to everyone who particip... Learn More

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There are many questions today regarding how turf can be managed organically. Let's clear up some common misconceptions concerning best managemen... Learn More
Because a large land area devoted to lawns in New England is located adjacent to pond, lake, river, and coastal shorelines, nutrient losses from lawns... Learn More
Water quality friendly lawn care and fertilizer recommendations for northern New England

According to a recent survey, it’s likely that... Learn More
Introduction

Nitrogen and phosphorus are nutrients essential for the growth of plants. However, an overabundance of these nutrients can... Learn More
In this video, Extension field specialist, Margaret Hagen will describe how to calibrate a fertilizer spreader. See below for a full video transcript.... Learn More
This plant list includes native plant species and cultivars that are adaptable, available, and have been widely successful in our northern New England... Learn More