Economic Development

A conversation with Peter Nichols, New London Housing Commission Chair
Peter Nichols is Chair of the New London Housing Commission and is also a retired developer. He attended the first in-person Housing Academy session i... Learn More
During the final weekend of September, just as the maple trees were starting to turn red up north, hundreds of outdoor enthusiasts gathered in Francon... Learn More
New research confirms that arts and culture is not only good for you, it’s good for your community, and good for business. Nationally, the Arts & Econ... Learn More
Winchester Pickle Festival: Example of community engagement and an opportunity to catch up on municipal housing policy in small-town New Hampshire
Winchester Pickle Festival: Example of community engagement and an opportunity to catch up on municipal housing policy in small-town New Hampshire Learn More
Downtowns and Trails program helps communities utilize the natural and built world
Extension state specialist and professor Shannon Rogers and Extension field specialist Jada Lindblom have worked with the City of Keene on developing ... Learn More
Lyla Boyajian, Public Policy Fellow, met Ryan Pope, Housing Navigator for the City of Dover, NH, at Flight Coffee in Dover for a discussion on communi... Learn More
New efforts address barriers to health and help individuals, families and communities thrive
To address health issues like social isolation, UNH Extension is leveraging a nearly $400,000 Rural Health and Safety Education grant from the Nationa... Learn More
New report sheds light on the challenges and opportunities of preservation trades
To better understand the challenges facing these industries, UNH Extension field specialist Jada Lindblom led a research project with Extension staff ... Learn More
Join Us in Shaping Our State’s Digital Future! 
The University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension (UNHCE) was awarded $511,216 by the New Hampshire Department of Business and Economic Affairs (B... Learn More
Stakeholders at the table included state policy makers, utilities, municipal staff, and representatives of local energy committees, area businesses, nonprofits, and schools
New Hampshire is grappling with energy challenges ranging from affordability and reliable supply to climate change and building a trained workforce to... Learn More