Yard & Garden

Tips on keeping chickens warm and protected during cold months
Raising backyard chickens can be a rewarding experience for the whole family and it’s a great way to be more self-sufficient. They are relatively easy... Learn More
Webinar series for Greenhouse, Nursery and Garden Center Professionals meets once a month, virtual. Cost: $10/webinar. Each webinar will earn one pest... Learn More
Linda Thomas and Margaret Walker retire from NHMGAA Board Learn More
The new hardiness map is based on 30-year averages of the lowest annual winter temperatures
The USDA has just released its updated plant hardiness zone map for the United States. This new map is based on 30-year averages of the lowest annual ... Learn More
How Can I Succeed with Orders from the NH State Forest Nursery?
Various websites, along with the State Forest Nursery, provide high quality information about specific species of trees and shrubs and their value for... Learn More
A Question of the Week
There are a few different reasons why you might not be seeing as many birds in your yard or at your feeder. Learn why and what you can do to help bird... Learn More
To clean up or not to clean up? That is the question. So many opinions, so many options. So many things to put on the TO DO List… or not. What’s a ... Learn More
Foods stored more than a day using 4% vinegar or lower should be discarded
The National Center for Home Food Preservation asks that foods stored using 4% vingar or less, for more than 24 hours, be discarded. Learn More
If you are canning low-acid foods, be sure to follow these steps As more families prepare meals at home, there is a renewed interest in home cannin... Learn More
Here's How to Get Started
New Hampshire is a great state in which to homestead. Here are some simple ways to get started and why homesteading can benefit you! Learn More