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Saturday, 01/20/2018

Sullivan County 4-H Healthy Foods Day and Grilled Cheese Cook-Off
Saturday, 01/20/2018 (11:00 AM - 01:00 PM)

Healthy Foods Day & Grilled Cheese Cook-off

January 20, 2018

Newport Middle High School Cafeteria

Club Preparation:

Each club will select a single food item (any fruit; vegetable, protein (meat, fish, beans etc.) or dairy product) to show case at their club’s station.  Here is a link to help you find nutrition facts about fruits and vegetables https://www.fruitsandveggiesmorematters.org/fruit-veggie-nutrition   During the planning process, keep in mind the 4th H of the pledge----I pledge my “HEALTH” to better living.  Try to make your station interactive and educational and of course, FUN!  Be sure to connect with the UNH Cooperative Extension office to register your club: Laura.Paquin@unh.edu or call 863-9200.

The food to be shared at your station, should just be a sample-size serving.  Members should be able to explain what makes this food an important part of a healthy meal. 

Each club will have a six foot table for their display. If more space is needed you can bring one of your own.  Outlets are available.  Bring your own extension cords or whatever is necessary to keep food warm or cold. The kitchen in the cafeteria will be open and available.   Remember to bring serving utensils.  Families of club members are welcome to attend.

On Foods Day:

Each person should bring their own plate or bowl, fork, spoon, and napkin. You will be trying a variety of samples.  Cold Water will be available to drink and cups will be provided.

Club set up will begin at 10:30 a.m. and the event will officially start at 11:00 a.m.  When all clubs are ready, we will take turns sampling and viewing the displays. Each club should organize a rotation so some members stay with the club station to serve samples and talk with those visiting.  This rotation should continue so that all members help as a display host/hostess and visit the other tables too.  When everyone has had a chance to visit all the tables and sample if there is food left we will take the opportunity to go back and have more of our favorites.

The first ever Sullivan County 4-H Grilled Cheese Cook-Off will be happening the same day.

Youth ages 10 and above are welcome to register to participate.  See the next page for details.

 

Sullivan County 4-H Grilled Cheese Cook-off

January 20th at the Newport Middle High School

(Be sure to pre-register by January 12th)

 This is a qualifying event for county teams to participate in this new addition to 2018 State Activities Day.  All teams composed of youth ages 10 and above can compete to move on to the state competition.  Please note, only teams including three youth ages 12 and above, would be eligible at the state event to qualify to move on to the Eastern States Exposition. 

Entry Categories (Based on recipe ingredients)

  1. Bread, butter & cheese (anything from those categories)
  2. Bread, Butter, cheese & something from another food group (protein, fruit, and vegetable). 60% of sandwich filling must be cheese.

 One team from each of the above categories will be selected to compete at the state event.

Teams can consist of two to three members ages 10 and above. (Only those team consisting of 3 youths age 12 and above would be ESE eligible.)

Teams need to provide:

  • All supplies and ingredients needed to make 3 sandwiches for the judges

(no advanced preparation is permitted.  ie. cutting of cheese or garnishes, or the use of an alcoholic beverage as an ingredient)

  • Spatulas, knives, other utensils needed to prepare the sandwiches
  • Grilling Apron(s)*
  • Disposable gloves will be provided *
  • Grilling Hats will be provided*

* these items must  be worn at all times during the competition

  • Cutting Boards
  • Hand sanitizer
  • Table cloths
  • Plates
  • Safe Food Handling Information sheet (Fight BAC: Four Simple Steps to Food Safety) You will find a link to the brochure under “Resources to prepare for the Grilled Cheese Challenge.”
  • One Adult Supervisor (per team) should be present for safety precautions ONLY.

Judging Criteria:

  • Three judges will evaluate each team on food handling & safety, teamwork, and their knowledge of “My Plate” and nutrition. Questions may be asked of participants during preparation and during tasting.
  • Teams will have 15 minutes to prepare & plate their sandwiches.
  • As a group, team members should be prepared to present a dish of one sandwich per judge and give an explanation of their dish (be sure to include a complete recipe.)
  • The scoresheet is available for review prior to participating in the county event.

Additional Rules:

  1. Supplies cannot be borrowed or added once the setup starts at the beginning of the contest.
  2. All perishable items must be kept in a cooler with ice and be stored at safe temperatures (below 40 degrees F.) Cooler temperatures will be checked at registration.
  3. Be sure to label your bags/coolers with your name.
  4. Coolers must be stored 6 inches off the ground (tables will be provided).

Advanced registration by January 12th is required:

Please call  863-9200 extn.167  or e-mail Laura Paquin Laura.Paquin@unh.edu   to register.

Be prepare to share the full names, ages, and contact information for each member of your team. Also include the category in which your team plans to compete.  In addition, let us know if you are interested in moving on to the state event. 

We will accept individual entries and try to link you with a potential teammate. 

Resources for the Grilled Cheese Challenge:

Brochure:  http://www.fightbac.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/Basic_Fight_BAC_Brochure_Oct_2011.pdf

http://www.fightbac.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/home-food-safety-quiz_slides_english.pdf

https://www.choosemyplate.gov/MyPlate   (Be familiar with the basics) Choose my plate has some good information on nutritional value of Fruits, Vegetables and Protein

Knife Safety:  https://localfood.ces.ncsu.edu/local-food-nutrition-health/cooking-local-foods/knife-skills/   

Kitchen Safety: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xidDLFhiKVg

 

Download 4-H Grilled Cheese_Small.mp4

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Location

  • Newport Middle High School, 243 North Main Street, Newport, NH, 03773

Wednesday, 01/24/2018

Advanced Marketing Short Course
Wednesday, 01/24/2018 (All day)

A step-by-step approach to creating a Product Sales Forecast for your Agricultural Business.

January 10, 17, 24, and 31, 2018

Register

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Location

  • Granite State College, 25 Hall Street, Concord, NH, 03301

Friday, 01/26/2018

Youth Mental Health First Aid Training
Friday, 01/26/2018 (08:30 AM - 05:00 PM)

A young person you know could be experiencing a mental health challenge or cirsis. YOU can help them. Take the course, save a life, strengthen your community. Participants will receive 8 hours of professional development time with certificates available.

 

Register here: https://www.events.unh.edu/RegistrationForm.pm?event_id=26291 

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Location

  • North Country Education Services, 300 Gorham Hill Rd, Gorham, NH, 03581

Saturday, 01/27/2018

4-H Mousetrap Car Volunteer Training
Saturday, 01/27/2018 (09:00 AM - 12:00 PM)

This workshop is for 4-H Volunteers and educators interested in a fun, hands-on project for youth to design and build a small car powered by a mousetrap.  Mousetrap Cars are a great project to learn about engineering design and tinkering.  They are easily modified and adapted to make them go farther or faster.  Youth can modify their cars to go as far as possible and compete in the 4-H Maker Challenge at Activities Day.

The 4-H Maker Challenge is a fun event to encourage youth to build a race a mousetrap powered car where youth are challenged to build a car that can travel as far as possible.  Anyone can build a mousetrap car.  Materials are inexpensive and relative easy to find and once youth understand how to build a basic car there are an infinite amount of variations.  they make a GREAT 4-H project.  Clubs interested in starting this project should consider building them this winter so they will be ready to race at their County Activities Day.


 

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Location

  • Merrimack County 4-H Office, NH,

Wednesday, 01/31/2018

Advanced Marketing Short Course
Wednesday, 01/31/2018 (All day)

A step-by-step approach to creating a Product Sales Forecast for your Agricultural Business.

January 10, 17, 24, and 31, 2018

Register

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Location

  • Granite State College, 25 Hall Street, Concord, NH, 03301

Friday, 02/02/2018

Exploring a Women’s Agriculture Network in New Hampshire - Input Session
Friday, 02/02/2018 (02:00 PM - 03:00 PM)

To support women in agriculture in New Hampshire, Cooperative Extension is exploring the development of a women’s agriculture network. While other Northeast states have successfully implemented these programs, New Hampshire has increased education offerings for farm women in New Hampshire over the past several years. A network can be many things, with education as a centerpiece. Join in on the conversation to give your input on the need for a women’s agriculture network here in New Hampshire, and help shape what that could look like. This session will be a facilitated discussion to help frame the need for the network and potential next steps, as well as to illustrate the need to pursue funding for the network.

Location

  • NH Farm and Forest Expo, Center of NH - Radisson Hotel, Manchester, NH, 03101

Saturday, 02/03/2018

Volunteer Training: Winter Cottontail Surveys
Saturday, 02/03/2018 (09:00 AM - 12:00 PM)


Winter is the best time to survey for cottontail rabbits. They leave telltale signs (pellets) in the snow, making it possible to locate and sample for different species. This winter, NH Fish & Game and UNH Cooperative Extension need help from citizen science volunteers to conduct surveys for Eastern cottontail rabbits in southern New Hampshire, a known threat to the state-endangered New England cottontail. Join us for a training on rabbits in New Hampshire, cottontail habitat, and sampling and data collection techniques. Participants will receive supplies and instructions to collect samples on their own following the training. Volunteers should be willing to commit to survey at least one property in southern New Hampshire this winter.

A portion of this training will take place outdoors. Volunteers should come dressed for the weather. We will be visiting shrubby thickets, so clothes that can easily rip or tear are not recommended. Waterproof boots and/or snowshoes are recommended, depending on snow depth.


For more information and to register: bit.ly/CottontailSurveys2018

 

 

 



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Location

  • Hollis-Brookline High School, 24 Cavalier Ct, Hollis, NH, 03049

New Hampshire Dairy Goat Seminar: Dairy Goat Housing and Handling Facilities
Saturday, 02/03/2018 (10:00 AM - 12:30 PM)

Regardless of the size of a dairy goat operation, housing and handling facilities are needed to properly care for the animals. Old facilities can be modified or new ones built, but the emphasis should be on an efficient layout for the chore routine and allowing for mechanical cleaning. This seminar will show many examples of housing ideas for small-scale goat production.

This meeting will be held at the 35th Annual NH Farm and Forest Exposition held at the Center of New Hampshire at the Radisson Hotel in the Stark Room. 

  9:30 a.m.      American Dairy Goat Association District #1 meeting

10:00 a.m.      Dairy Goat Housing and Handling Facilities

11:00 a.m.      Farmer Panel: Hickory Nut Farm - Donna-Lee Woods, Lee, NH
                                           Main Street Cheese - Sarah Laeng-Gilliatt, Hancock, NH

12:00 p.m.      Question and Answer Session

 

For more info about the Expo: www.nhfarmandforestexpo.org

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Location

  • Center of New Hampshire Radisson Hotel, 700 Elm St., Manchester, NH, 03101

Sunday, 02/04/2018

3/16" Tubing for Sap Collection - Installation and Insights
Sunday, 02/04/2018 (01:00 PM - 04:00 PM)

Join Chip Kimball, Sugarmaker at Ricker Brook Forest, and Steve Roberge, UNH Extension Forester and Maple Specialist, for a hands on demonstration on installing 3/16” tubing.  We will have a chance to tour the sugarbush to see examples of ideal setup for 3/16” tubing to create natural vacuum within the tubing, and situations that are not so ideal.  Chip and Steve will share their experiences and answer your questions on how you can use this tubing system in your sugarbush. 

 

We will be outside for the duration of the event. Please come prepared for weather conditions and expect to walk in the woods on uneven terrain. 

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Location

  • Ricker Brook Forest, 172 Taterboro Rd., Sandwich, NH, 03227

Tuesday, 02/06/2018

Legal Aspects of Owning Land
Tuesday, 02/06/2018 (05:30 PM - 08:00 PM)


Dollars and Cents of Owning Land: A Workshop Series for Landowners

The NHTOA and UNH Cooperative Extension are teaming up to offer a landowner workshop series to help landowners be prudent woodlot owners. Each session starts at 5:30 with a light supper and mingling, with presentations, discussions, and questions and answers to follow. Each class will conclude at 8:00 p.m. 

 

Come to one, two, three, or all sessions. Preregistration is required for us to plan for food and handouts. Cost is $25 per class for NHTOA members, $30 per class for non-members.


There are several legal considerations associated with land ownership. Whether you plan to install recreational trails, harvest timber, or grow Christmas trees, legal pitfalls can be problematic for any landowner.  This workshop will provide a brief overview of legal aspects that every land steward should be aware of regardless of management objective. Topics include: deed observation and interpretation, boundary law, property access issues (town road classifications, rights of way), property easements (conservation, transmission lines, etc.), public access, and concerns of liability.

 

Instructors: Dennis McKenney, New England Forest Consultants; Simon Leeming, Real Estate Attorney with Preti Flaherty.

Preregistration is required to plan for food and handouts.

 

Location

  • Conservation Center - Forest Society, 54 Portsmouth St., Concord, NH, 03301

Wednesday, 02/07/2018

Winter Wildlife Tracking Workshop
Wednesday, 02/07/2018 (09:00 AM - 02:00 PM)

Snow date – February 14, 2018

Identifying and interpreting wildlife tracks can greatly expand your understanding for what wildlife species are using the land you manage, and how wildlife respond to your habitat management activities. Join wildlife biologists from UNH Cooperative Extension and expert tracking instructors from White Pine Programs as they guide you through field, forest, and wetland habitats in search of winter wildlife tracks and sign. Participants will receive instruction on how to identify and use wildlife sign to interpret wildlife behavior and habitat use. The workshop will take place entirely outdoors, so come prepared and dressed appropriately for the weather. Bring your own lunch and plenty of water.

SAF Category 1  4.0 CFEs  

Workshop Leaders
Dan Gardoqui, Certified Wildlife Tracker, White Pine Programs
Amy Beal, Track & Sign Specialist, White Pine Programs
Haley Andreozzi, Wildlife Outreach Coordinator, UNH Cooperative Extension
Emma Tutein, Natural Resources Conservation Specialist, UNH Cooperative Extension

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Location

  • Quality Interconnect Cabling, 1892 Franklin Pierce Highway, Barrington, NH, 03825

Maple Sugaring with 3/16" Tubing
Wednesday, 02/07/2018 (06:00 PM - 07:00 PM)

 

Learn how to set up your own taps and use 3/16" tubing for NATURAL VACUUM (without pump). Learn from UNH Cooperative Extension Maple Specialist Steve Roberge about getting started with 3/16" vacuum and see MORE production with LESS ecological impact. As part of our "Backyard Living Educational Series", this workshop is designed for all ages and scales of operation.

 

Location:  West Lebanon Feed & Supply, 12 Railroad Ave., West Lebanon NH

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Location

  • , NH,

Friday, 02/09/2018

Granite State Division Society of American Foresters Annual Winter Meeting
Friday, 02/09/2018 (08:00 AM - 03:30 PM)


8:00 am Registration & Coffee/Continental Breakfast


9:00 am NH Forestry Update

State Forester-Brad Simpkins, Society for the Protection of NH Forests-Jane Difley, Legislative/NHTOA Update-Jasen Stock, NH Forester Licensing Board-Don Winsor, Project Learning Tree, WMNF and others.


10:45 am Break


11:00 am Business Meeting

Presentation of Officers, Memorials, Review of 2017 Minutes, 2017 Annual Report, Treasurer's Report & Budget, NESAF Report, SAF Council Report, Resolutions


12:00 pm Lunch & Awards

Tree Farm Awards/Update, Membership Awards, Student Awards, Forester of the Year.


1:30 pm Shining the Light on LiDAR

LiDAR (Light Detection and Ranging) is a relatively new remote sensing technology that can capture precise (~1 meter) three dimensional measurements of the earth surface, including stonewalls and cellar holes. It has shown promise for a number of forestry applications including inventory and management. Most of New Hampshire (84%) has been mapped with LiDAR and the data is now publicly accessible. The presenters will discuss how to access and potentially use this data. 

  • Rick Chormann, NH State Geologist and Director, NH Geological Survey
  • Shane Bradt, UNH Extension Associate Professor/Specialist, Geospatial Technologies
  • Mark Ducey, Professor, UNH Department of Natural Resources and the Environment

3:30 pm Certificates and Adjourn and Safe Travels

 

SAF Category 1         3.5 CFEs

NHPLP Certification  8.0 credits 

Online registration and payment is encouraged. 

Registration deadline is Feb 2nd, 2018
A soup, salad and sandwich buffet lunch is included for each registered person.

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Location

  • Grappone Conference Center, 70 Constitution Avenue, Concord, NH, 03301

Saturday, 02/10/2018

Land Owner Classes: Hemlock Workshop
Saturday, 02/10/2018 (09:00 AM - 01:00 PM)

Discussions will emphasize the valuable niche that Eastern Hemlock represents in New England forests.  Lectures will focus on the wide variety of wildlife benefits provided by Eastern Hemlock (food sources and thermal cover/nesting), followed by an indoor milling demonstration and forest products discussion about Hemlock timber products. Additional topics will include the biology and history of the species, as well as potential impacts on Hemlock of the Woolly Adelgid.

 

N.H. Instructors: Robert Cooke, Forest Health Protection, U.S. Forest Service; Steve Eisenhaure, UNH Woodlands Manager; Don Quigley, UNH Thompson School; and Matt Tarr, UNH Extension. 

 
PLP Credits - 4

 

Location

  • UNH Sawmill, 248 Mast Rd., Durham, NH, 03824

Gap Mountain Timber Harvest Tour
Saturday, 02/10/2018 (10:00 AM - 01:00 PM)

 

Join forestry professionals at Gap Mountain for a public tour of a working timber harvest and introduction the basics of conducting a well-planned, careful timber harvest operation.

 

The Forest Society will be conducting a timber harvest on a 50 acres portion of the 1,120 acre Gap Mountain Forest Reservation in Troy and Jaffrey. The harvest is located on the south side of Gap Mountain off Fern Hill Road. The area includes a portion of the Metacomet to Monadnock Trail. This harvest includes prescribed thinning, patch cuts and group selection to favor growth of oak, pine and mixed hardwoods along a network of skid trails radiating from a central landing. We will tour compartments within the harvest area, discuss goals and operating considerations. Learn which trees are marked to be cut and why. Learn from foresters. Meet the logger.  On the landing we’ll discuss regional wood markets, log pricing by tree species, grade and the wood products produced.

 

Directions and field trip-specific information will be provided to all registrants.

 

snow date: Saturday February 17th

Location

  • Gap Mountain Forest Reservation, off Fern Hill Road, Jaffrey, NH,

Tuesday, 02/13/2018

Selling Timber? Do It Right!
Tuesday, 02/13/2018 (05:30 PM - 08:00 PM)


Dollars and Cents of Owning Land: A Workshop Series for Landowners

The NHTOA and UNH Cooperative Extension are teaming up to offer a landowner workshop series to help landowners be prudent woodlot owners. Each session starts at 5:30 with a light supper and mingling, with presentations, discussions, and questions and answers to follow. Each class will conclude at 8:00 p.m. 

 

Come to one, two, three, or all sessions. Preregistration is required for us to plan for food and handouts. Cost is $25 per class for NHTOA members, $30 per class for non-members.


Selling timber is a once-in-a-lifetime activity for most landowners. No single activity has such power to significantly improve or degrade your forest. Proper harvesting can provide income, improve wildlife habitat, and can result in new trails, better access, views, and healthy and vigorous forests. Learn the steps to ensure a successful timber sale. Topics include: goals and objectives, role of foresters and loggers, timber sale contracts, laws, and taxes.

 

Instructors: Jim Frohn, Grafton County Extension Forester.

 

Preregistration is required to plan for food and handouts.

 

Location

  • Conservation Center - Forest Society, 54 Portsmouth St., Concord, NH, 03301

Friday, 02/16/2018

Farm Equipment for Beginners
Friday, 02/16/2018 (08:30 AM - 03:00 PM)

8:30 am to 12 pm at Moulton Farm
Meredith, NH
 
12-3 pm at Meredith Community Center
One Circle Drive, Meredith, NH

 

Join us for an interactive demonstration on how to maintain your tractor, and basic safety precautions. The afternoon session will include presentations on assessing whether to buy new or used, financing vs. leasing, and types of insurance to help lower risk. Please dress appropriately for being outside during morning session.

 

To register:
http://bit.ly/FarmEquipment

Location

  • Moulton Farm, 18 Quarrey Road, Meredith, NH, 03253

Tuesday, 02/20/2018

Sullivan County Advisory Council Meeting
Tuesday, 02/20/2018 (05:00 PM - 07:00 PM)

Sullivan County Advisory Council's monthly meeting is held generally on the 3rd Tuesday, in the County's Cooperative Extension Office, 24 Main St, Newport.

Monthly agenda TBD, will be sent by the County Office Administrator, Dode Gladders.

Location

  • Sullivan County UNHCE Office, 24 Main Street, Newport, NH, 03773

Harvesting Timber? Think Taxes
Tuesday, 02/20/2018 (05:30 PM - 08:00 PM)


Dollars and Cents of Owning Land: A Workshop Series for Landowners

The NHTOA and UNH Cooperative Extension are teaming up to offer a landowner workshop series to help landowners be prudent woodlot owners. Each session starts at 5:30 with a light supper and mingling, with presentations, discussions, and questions and answers to follow. Each class will conclude at 8:00 p.m. 

 

Come to one, two, three, or all sessions. Preregistration is required for us to plan for food and handouts. Cost is $25 per class for NHTOA members, $30 per class for non-members.

 

Landowners who generate income from timber sales are subject to federal income tax. This session will provide a brief overview of timber taxes, then focus on one of the most common federal income tax deductions related to timber income: depletion. Other topics include calculating taxable gain, ownership structure and taxes, classifying income, and using IRS forms. This class will be of interest to landowners harvesting for the first time as well as to those with many timber harvests under their belt.

 

Instructors: Andy Fast, Belknap and Strafford County Extension Forester

Preregistration is required to plan for food and handouts.

 

Location

  • Conservation Center - Forest Society, 54 Portsmouth St., Concord, NH, 03301

Wednesday, 02/21/2018

Youth Mental Health First Aid Training
Wednesday, 02/21/2018 (08:30 AM - 05:00 PM)

A young person you know could be experiencing a mental health challenge or crisis. YOU can help them. Take the course, save a life, strengthen your community. Participants will receive 8 hours of professional development time with certificates available

Register here: https://www.events.unh.edu/RegistrationForm.pm?event_id=26290

 

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Location

  • UpReach Therapeutic Equestrian Center, Inc., 153 Paige Hill Rd, Goffstown, NH, 03045

Friday, 02/23/2018

Getting the Conversation Started: The Basics of Farm Succession Planning
Friday, 02/23/2018 (09:00 AM - 03:00 PM)

Join us for this one-day workshop to learn about basic considerations for transferring the farm to the next generation, or taking the farm over from a family or non-family member. Topics include elements of a succession plan, goal setting, financial considerations, legal aspects, conservation easement tools, and types of insurance to lower risk for all involved. Participation from both generations is highly encouraged, if applicable.

 

To register, please click: Getting the Conversation Started: The Basics of Farm Succession Planning

Location

  • Memorial Union Building - UNH, 83 Main Street, Durham, NH, 03824

Tuesday, 02/27/2018

Your Land, Your Legacy
Tuesday, 02/27/2018 (05:30 PM - 08:00 PM)


Dollars and Cents of Owning Land: A Workshop Series for Landowners

The NHTOA and UNH Cooperative Extension are teaming up to offer a landowner workshop series to help landowners be prudent woodlot owners. Each session starts at 5:30 with a light supper and mingling, with presentations, discussions, and questions and answers to follow. Each class will conclude at 8:00 p.m.


Come to one, two, three, or all sessions. Preregistration is required for us to plan for food and handouts. Cost is $25 per class for NHTOA members, $30 per class for non-members.

Estate planning and land protection can be a part of a landowner's woodland stewardship. This session will use the new publication "Your Land Your Legacy: Planning for Every New Hampshire Landowner" and cover the relationship between your forest management plan and estate planning; involving family in estate planning; common conservation options; and the role and responsibilities of land trusts.

 

Instructors: Steve Roberge, Cheshire County Extension Forester; Wendy Scribner, Carroll County Extension Forester; Tom Howe, Senior Director of Land Protection Society for the Protection of N.H. Forests.

Preregistration is required to plan for food and handouts.

 

Location

  • Conservation Center - Forest Society, 54 Portsmouth St., Concord, NH, 03301

Saturday, 03/03/2018

Youth Mental Health First Aid Training SAVE THE DATE
Saturday, 03/03/2018 (08:30 AM - 05:00 PM)

A young person you know could be experiencing a mental health challenge or crisis. YOU can help them. Take the course, save a life, strengthen your community. Participants will receive 8 hours of professional development time with certificates available.

 

DETAILS COMING SOON!

 

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Location

  • Colby-Sawyer College, 541 Main St., Ware Student Center, Bldg 26; Room: Ware 101, New London, NH, 03257

Friday, 03/09/2018

Annie's Project Retreat
Friday, 03/09/2018 (All day)

From Friday, March 9 @ 4 pm - Sunday, March 11 @ 11:30 am

 

This three-day course is a discussion-based workshop bringing women together to learn from experts in production, financial management, human resources, marketing and the legal field.

 

To register, please click on the link: Annie's Project Retreat

Location

  • Steele Hill Resort, 516 Steele Hill Rd, Sanbornton, NH, 03269

Saturday, 03/10/2018

Annie's Project Retreat
Saturday, 03/10/2018 (All day)

From Friday, March 9 @ 4 pm - Sunday, March 11 @ 11:30 am

 

This three-day course is a discussion-based workshop bringing women together to learn from experts in production, financial management, human resources, marketing and the legal field.

 

To register, please click on the link: Annie's Project Retreat

Location

  • Steele Hill Resort, 516 Steele Hill Rd, Sanbornton, NH, 03269


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