Grafton County Office

Part of the "A Walk in the Woods" series
White pines are particularly sensitive to growing too close together. In a crowded stand of pine, the trees’ lower branches can’t survive in the deep ... Learn More
Four UNH Extension staff received a major accolade at this year’s National Association for Community Development Extension Professionals (NACDEP) Conf... Learn More
Dorothy Orr - A Life Well Lived Learn More
November 2022 Featured Master Gardener Learn More
Part of the "A Walk in the Woods" series
Though they can be annoying and cause damage, red squirrels are enjoyable to watch and play an important role in our conifer forests by spreading tree... Learn More
Volunteers reimagine a space and youth learn to grow healthy produce
With assistance from a team of dedicated Extension Master Gardener interns, a small patch of land behind the Pemi Youth Center in Plymouth has become ... Learn More
This carved pumpkin display has the opportunity to celebrate National 4-H Week 2022, show the public some creative artwork, and bring smiles to faces ... Learn More
Part of the "A Walk in the Woods" series
While planting trees after logging is common practice in other parts of the country and the world, here in New England tree planting as a part of fore... Learn More
For Grafton County 4-H Families
For Grafton County 4-H Families Learn More
A lot of us take our refrigerator for granted. But did you know that not only can it keep food safe, but it can save you money? Keeping foods chill... Learn More