School Gardening

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Places for great learning


Gardens are be places for great learning and can be used as a tool to teach any subject. Lessons, best practices and resources are available from UNH Extension and our partners.


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This position is based at the Farm Bureau office in Concord
The Extension Program Manager, New Hampshire Agriculture in the Classroom (NHAITC) Education Director coordinates efforts to fulfill the mission of NH... Learn More
Monthly Proven Tips and Solutions for Granite State Gardeners
Monthly Proven Tips and Solutions for Granite State Gardeners Learn More
Sheila Steele, Kathie Breen, Sue Makowiecki, and Jeanne Johnson had different reasons for enrolling in the Master Gardener program, but today they wor... Learn More

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Do you want to leave your leaves and flower stalks on your garden or landscape over the winter to provide food and shelter for birds, bees, butterflie... Learn More
Do you want to leave your leaves and flower stalks on your garden or landscape over the winter to provide food and shelter for birds, bees, butterflie... Learn More
With proper planning and care, gardening success is possible even with limited money, time and experience. Whether your goal is to grow beautiful flow... Learn More
Ever wonder how things grow, maple syrup is made, what a pollinator does, or what the difference is between a pest and insect? Join the Branching Out ... Learn More
Why Compost:

There are many good reasons to make your own compost or participate in a community composting program. First, organic wast... Learn More
We recommend that gardeners test their soil before planting to determine the amount of lime and fertilizers needed. Soil testing can be done through a... Learn More