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Forester Greg Jordan joins Emma and Nate for part 2 of a 2-part episode on trees, focusing on pruning and tree problems, with bonus segments on frost cracking and wood chips with white oak as the episode’s featured plant.
Forester Greg Jordan joins Emma and Nate for part 2 of a 2-part episode on trees, focusing on pruning and tree problems, with bonus segments on frost ... Learn More
This position is based at UNH Extension’s Hillsborough County office in Goffstown, N.H.
Under the general supervision of the county office administrator, the office administrative assistant will focus on client service and provide support... Learn More
The Assistant Director of Operations for UNH Extension will work in close collaboration with the Extension Dean and Director and Associate Director of... Learn More
This position is based at UNH Extension’s Hillsborough County office in Goffstown, N.H.
UNH Extension Seeks a Field Specialist, Vegetable and Fruit Production, Hillsborough County, located in Goffstown, N.H. Learn More
This position is based at UNH Extension’s Rockingham County office in Brentwood, N.H.
The field specialist will provide formal and informal education for businesses, communities, and individuals by organizing and implementing educationa... Learn More
This position is based in Boscawen, N.H.
The University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension and Merrimack County invite qualified individuals to apply for the Merrimack County Economic Dev... Learn More
The senior administrative assistant ensures effective and efficient operation of the office of the UNH Cooperative Extension leadership team, maintain... Learn More
The program manager supports UNH Cooperative Extension’s statewide community and economic development-focused education and outreach programs. This po... Learn More
Writing a Farm Description is a smart strategy for getting started on your Farm Food Safety Plan (FFSP). An FFSP is not required for farms whether the... Learn More
Have your specific mulching questions answered by Urban and Community Natural Resources Field Specialist Mary Tebo Davis. Learn More