In New Hampshire, the metallic-green and bronze-colored Japanese beetles emerge from the soil in late June or July and search out host plants. Learn More
Every food that you eat impacts your health in many ways. Within just 24 hours, the foods we eat can change the bacterial make up in our stomachs, sma... Learn More
On March 30 and 31, 2023, landscaping professionals, watershed organization members, and community leaders responsible for managing land and water res... 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
A List of Resources
Learn about some helpful resources for homesteading in New Hampshire! Learn More
With the recent weather, the chances of flooded forages are real. This article explains what can be done to minimize the detrimental effects of all th... Learn More
Is your community a Tree City? What does that mean and how can you get it to become one? About 35% of New Hampshire residents live in a Tree City USA ... Learn More
From the Trees Tell Their Stories series by Coos County Forester, Ray Berthiaume
Going through the spring season and into early summer, one of the most common questions was about our Eastern White Pine trees. Specifically, ‘what i... Learn More
From the Woodlot Wanderings series by Coös County Forester, Ray Berthiaume
We don’t often think about, or hear about, wildland fires here in the northeast. We certainly hear about them in the west, and most recently, in our ... Learn More
Old growth-Hdw.—That hand-written inscription on the corner of a 1934 land survey of Mt. Sunapee caught Chris Kane’s attention. It was the mid-1990s, ... Learn More