Keep an eye out for invasive insects this summer.
Check your pool filters for invasive insects this summer. Learn More
Inquiry-based Schoolyard SITES aligns with NGSS standards
Schoolyard SITES is a UNH Cooperative Extension and Leitzel Center professional development program. The program partners science-based Extension volu... Learn More
Leek moth has now been found in several gardens and farms in Grafton and Coos Counties in New Hampshire. The caterpillar of this moth feeds on Alliums... Learn More
From the Woodlot Wanderings series by Coös County Forester, Ray Berthiaume
Crossing the variety of stream sizes and locations is rarely simple, often can be costly, and is always very important to do correctly, for a variety ... Learn More
Extension presents to the World Affairs Council of New Hampshire
On Friday, May 26 Hillsborough County Field Specialists Kendall Kunelius, Mike Gagnon and Scott Slattery met with a group of international visitors fr... Learn More
If you are canning low-acid foods, be sure to follow these steps As more families prepare meals at home, there is a renewed interest in home cannin... Learn More
What do you do when you encounter a plant problem such as disease or abnormal growth in the landscape? You or a client may find a problem occurring w... Learn More
Successful canning starts with the use of jars in good condition and new lids with new or used ring bands in good condition. Learn More
The New Hampshire Queer Farmer Network, part of Extension’s Farm Strong program, aims to provide social and emotional support to all members of the LG... Learn More
Once again, we are excited to share what is sitting on our office bookshelves this summer. While we all arguably have access to more reading opportuni... Learn More