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New Hampshire towns depend on the support of volunteers
Over the years, we have seen certain characteristics that make up strong community volunteers. These characteristics help volunteers successfully cont... Learn More
The University of New Hampshire is advancing sustainable and affordable energy technologies and facilitating knowledge and technology transfer that wi... Learn More
Positions Available Summer 2022
We are searching for just the right people to join the staff at Barry Conservation 4-H Camp (BCC) for the 2022 season. This might just be the most re... Learn More
Proceeds will benefit nature-based Extension volunteer programs
UNH Extension invites nature and art enthusiasts to bid on one-of-a-kind paintings by New Hampshire artist James Trask ’64 in the online Love Your Mot... Learn More
Dr. Bryan Peterson and horticulture professional Kate Garland answer real questions from gardeners about propagating trees and shrubs in the winter months
Dr. Bryan Peterson and horticulture professional Kate Garland answer real questions from gardeners about propagating trees and shrubs in the winter mo... Learn More
How one region came together to strengthen community connections through gleaning
The Kearsarge region is one of three regions working with UNH Extension to help strengthen the health and well-being of its communities, especially in... Learn More
Slattery will provide educational outreach, community planning assistance and project implementation support
Scott Slattery is serving as a field specialist in Hillsborough County, where he will provide educational outreach, community planning assistance and ... Learn More
Monthly Proven Tips and Solutions for Granite State Gardeners
Spring bulbs may start appearing earlier than expected if the soil is bare and the temperatures are warmer than usual. Learn More
Podcasts provide a great way to learn more about farming and gardening
UNH Extension offers several podcasts that are of interest to farmers. Learn More
One size does not fit all when it comes to suitable road crossing designs for vernal pool primary indicator amphibian species migration
Vernal pool primary indicator amphibian species will migrate up to 1 km on the “Big Night” – the first rainy, warm night of spring when temperatures r... Learn More