January 22, 2021
The outdoors has always resembled a classroom for Emily Wrubel — a place to teach students from all walks of life about the importance of science and being able to solve problems. Through the UNH Cooperative Extension STEM Docent volunteer program, Wrubel does just this and more.

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Japanese Knotweed (Reynoutria japonica) is an extremely fast growing invasive herbaceous plant in the buckwheat family (Polygonaceae)....

The browned leaves and dead branches are the result of winter injury, likely sustained during the very cold temperatures we had back in...

By the sound of things, eastern chipmunks have taken up residence in your garden. Chipmunks are eight to 10 inches long, have five long...

As a result of increasing interest in craft breweries for community revitalization in New Hampshire, the Community and Economic Development...

Conventional wisdom tells us that earthworms are good for the soil. They improve soil drainage and aeration, increase nutrient availability...

January 23, 2021

SHOW NOTES The idea of growing harvestable fruit inside your home is tantalizing, but is it...

January 23, 2021

  Herbs are delicious and fragrant additions to a garden, whether a dedicated kitchen garden or as...

January 22, 2021

Colonel. Farmer. Legislator. Two-time cancer survivor. Volunteer. Philanthropist. Husband. Great-...

January 22, 2021

The outdoors has always resembled a classroom for Emily Wrubel — a place to teach students from all...

January 21, 2021

In a recent virtual panel from UNH Extension and UMaine Cooperative Extension, Heron Breen, Seeds...

January 21, 2021

We are searching for just the right people to join the staff at Barry Conservation 4-H Camp (BCC)...

January 21, 2021

2021 Barry Conservation 4-H Camp General Brochure

January 20, 2021

What is the 4-H Foundation? Since 1958, the 4-H Foundation of New Hampshire has been primarily...

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