Lyla Boyajian is a Carsey MPP Fellow working on Housing Academy. Here, she tells a personal tale of trying to find available affordable housing in New... Learn More
New Community and Economic Development Field Specialist
UNH Cooperative Extension is delighted to welcome Becky Levy to the Community and Economic Development team. Becky recently started her role as a fiel... Learn More
UNH Extension partnered with NH Housing to develop a curriculum that teaches HOP grantees, and others working to address housing in communities, about... Learn More
UNH Professor Kelsey Boucher provides insight on how New Hampshire communities can minimize harm and promote positive social media usage for youth
The Surgeon General's report details risks of harm, the prevalence of excessive media usage, current gaps in knowledge and for the need for policymake... Learn More
Stakeholders at the table included state policy makers, utilities, municipal staff, and representatives of local energy committees, area businesses, nonprofits, and schools
New Hampshire is grappling with energy challenges ranging from affordability and reliable supply to climate change and building a trained workforce to... Learn More
Serena Britos worked as the Farmer Networks Support Intern for UNH Cooperative Extension in summer 2023. She traveled across the Granite State to look... Learn More
Sharing the perspectives of women landowners in NH as part of the Women in the Woods project.
Women in the Woods is a collaboration between UNH Cooperative Extension, NH Timberland Owners Association, the Society for the Protection of New Hamps... Learn More
From the Trees Tell Their Stories series by Coös County Forester, Ray Berthiaume
This month I want to chat a bit about our Balsam Fir trees. I have seen in my travels around the county, as well as a couple of specific visits to wo... Learn More
From the Woodlot Wanderings series by Coös County Forester, Ray Berthiaume
Most of the time the first reason for owning and managing your forest land is for wildlife. The next most popular reason is for ‘a healthy forest.’ No... Learn More
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