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Beginning farming can be challenging. Extension is here to help.
UNH Cooperative Extension offers a course called New Farmer School, a program which made its debut in 2019. This course is designed for people who are... Learn More
Eating is a rushed experience for most of us, often done sitting in front of the TV or computer screen. You may eat without thinking, whether you're h... Learn More
September is Hunger Action Month™—Feeding America’s annual, nationwide campaign is designed to inspire people to take action in fighting hunger and ra... Learn More
Over the course of the past year, UNH Extension has been busy trying out our latest programs to meet people where they are around food needs. Learn More
Gathering data now for winter analysis
With a lengthy end of summer to-do list, it’s easy to forget all those record keeping tasks you promised yourself you would do last winter. While many... Learn More
This full-time position is based at UNH's Durham campus
Reporting to the director of Research & Large Center Development (RLCD), the senior associate supports the crucial Research, Economic Engagement, and ... Learn More
Meg McGrath, plant pathologist at Cornell University, is looking for samples of downy mildew on Brassica crops. See her note below, and please contact... Learn More
NH growers: sign up by September 9th to claim your free website listing on the NH Vegetable & Berry Growers' Association's new website! Learn More
One of the finest examples of an ancient forest in New Hampshire is along Snyder Brook in Randolph, NH. I call this alluring place the Valley of the G... Learn More
It is with mixed emotions that we share with our community development partners that Penelope Whitman will be moving on from Extension to an exciting ... Learn More