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The University of New Hampshire is seeking an experienced plant pathologist and plant disease diagnostician to fill a full-time, benefits eligible position as State Specialist/Extension Professor of Plant Pathology and Director of the UNH Plant Diagnostic
The University of New Hampshire is seeking an experienced plant pathologist and plant disease diagnostician to fill a full-time, benefits eligible pos... Learn More
During April and May, sixteen conservation-minded individuals from fifteen New Hampshire communities met online, reviewed resources, completed assignm... Learn More
Do you use the New England Vegetable Management Guide as a resource? If so, we want to hear from you!!! The authors of the New England Vegetable ... Learn More
Learn how you can support children's social-emotional development!
Learn how you can support children's social-emotional development! Learn More
Fresh produce, fresh air — it’s time to go to the farmers market!
Fresh produce, fresh air — it’s time to go to the farmers market! Learn More
Emma and Nate are joined by Anna Wallingford to talk about insect pests in the vegetable garden including Colorado potato beetle, cutworms, squash vine borer, tobacco hornworm, aphids and more.
Emma and Nate are joined by Anna Wallingford to talk about insect pests in the vegetable garden including Colorado potato beetle, cutworms, squash vin... Learn More
Spotted wing drosophila (SWD) is an invasive fly that lays her eggs in the ripe and ripening fruit of thin skinned fruits, like raspberries, blueberri... Learn More
6/16/2021 - Cancelled 4th Wednesdays except November, December and June. No meeting in July or August. 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. UNH C... Learn More
The other day we were walking in the Hampton Harbour Wildlife Management Area and noticed a large den (with two others close by) with animal tracks le... Learn More
CRV volunteers helped construct eel mops over the winter in preparation for collaborating with Seabrook middle-school students. An eel mop is a d... Learn More