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Tuesday, 06/27/2017

Telling Your Story with Maps
Tuesday, 06/27/2017 (01:00 AM - 04:00 PM)

Have an interesting historical downtown that you want people to visit? Looking to engage people of a community to explore their town and provide their thoughts? Hoping to have your audience prepare for meeting by looking at maps/pictures/videos? Driven by Esri's ArcGIS Online, Story Maps are a great way to share your information and tell your story to a wide variety of stakeholders (no coding experience necessary!)

Activities focus on getting up and running with Story Maps, including how to create and configure the map to best communicate with your audience. We will also use a mobile app, Snap2Map, to build Story Maps in the field with a mobile device. 

Location

  • UNH - G18 Pettee Hall, 55 College Road, Durham, NH, 03824

Getting to Know ArcGIS Online
Tuesday, 06/27/2017 (09:00 AM - 12:00 PM)

Basic online mapping, adding new data to online maps, sharing online maps with others.

This workshop will provide hands-on practice using ArcGIS Online to create custom online maps.  For users of ArcGIS Desktop, ArcGIS Online provides a way to share maps previously only possible through advanced server software (Such as ArcGIS Server).

Learn to make basic maps with ArcGIS Online (AGO), add online date layers to an AGO map, create new layers in AGO,import .shp and .csv apps using AGO templates, differentiate between public and subscription accounts for AGO.

Location

  • UNH - G18 Pettee Hall, 55 College Road, Durham, NH, 03824

Wednesday, 06/28/2017

Mobile Mapping Made Easy
Wednesday, 06/28/2017 (09:00 AM - 12:00 PM)

Learn to use your mobile device (smartphone, tablet) to collect data in the field and make a map on your computer! Whether you want to use your smartphone to make maps for fun or for work, this workshop is for you. This class starts with a review of the most capable mapping apps available for iOS and Android.

Participants will learn to collect GPS data with a mobile device, make an online map with collected data, move map layers from their computer to their mobile device.

Location

  • UNH - G18 Pettee Hall, 55 College Road, Durham, NH, 03824

Mobile Mapping for GIS Data Collection
Wednesday, 06/28/2017 (01:00 PM - 04:00 PM)

Learn how to get a group of people (or just yourself) using mobile devices (smartphones, tablets) to collect GIS data in the field, complete the drop-down menus and online syncing!  This class will cover the use of two mobile data collection apps - Survey 123 and Collector - to plan and carry out field data collection projects using Esri's ArcGIS Online platform.  The workshop will begin by covering the basics of mobile data collection and will progress into the setup and hands-on use of both apps.  Each participant will learn how to configure each app for field data collection, and then use the apps to collect data in the field.

 

 

 

Location

  • UNH - G18 Pettee Hall, 55 College Road, Durham, NH, 03824

Thursday, 06/29/2017

Trouble in the Presidentials - Weeks State Park Event
Thursday, 06/29/2017 (07:00 PM - 09:00 PM)

What a Mountaineering Accident Can Teach Us About Decision Making and Managing Risk

Presenter: Ty Gagne

 

Although strikingly beautiful, Mount Washington and the surrounding Presidential Range hold the dubious distinction of having “the world’s worst weather.” The Presidential Range is also world-renowned for the challenging terrain it provides for alpinists, and as such, has been the scene of hundreds of mountaineering accidents over the years. Ty will provide an in-depth analysis of a recent tragedy on the range and extend those lessons and others learned above tree-line into your roles as outdoor enthusiasts, and in your day to day lives.

 

Ty Gagne, Chief Executive Officer of Primex3, has held executive positions in the municipal, non-profit, and healthcare sectors. Ty holds a Master of Public Administration from the University of New Hampshire and a Bachelor of Science from Granite State College. Ty is a member of the Leadership NH Class of 2013, and is the co-founder of Leadership Central NH. Ty completed the program for Senior Executives in State and Local Government at Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government. He holds the Associate in Risk Pool Management (ARPM) and the Associate in Risk Management for Public Entities (ARM-P) designations. He is also a certified Wilderness First Responder.

Location

  • Weeks State Park, Weeks State Park Road, Route 3, Lancaster, NH, 03584

Friday, 06/30/2017

Exploring some of NH's Unique Habitats
Friday, 06/30/2017 (04:00 PM - 07:00 PM)

2017 NH Tree Farm Workshop Series Caring for Your Forest

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 





The statewide NH Wildlife Action Plan identifies 27 different habitats important to our state’s wildlife. Some of these are common, while others occur infrequently across the landscape. Join us as we visit a floodplain forest, pitch pine barrens, grasslands, and a spruce bog to learn about these special places and the wildlife that depends on them.

 

Attend one, two, three, or all four of the workshop series.

 

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Location

  • Remick Country Doctor Museum and Farm, 58 Cleveland Hill Rd., Tamworth, NH, 03886

Thursday, 07/06/2017

Fern Natural History Walk - Weeks State Park Event
Thursday, 07/06/2017 (01:00 PM - 04:00 PM)

Join: Elizabeth Farnsworth, New England Wild Flower Society

 

Mount Prospect is home to many ferns including some unusual ferns associated with calcium rich environments. Join us for an easy walk to identify and learn all about the ferns of Mount Prospect. Elizabeth Farnsworth is sometimes changed to “Fernsworth” for her expertise in ferns. She is the author of the Peterson Field Guide to Ferns. While this field trip is labeled as a fern walk we will be looking at all kinds of natural history topics from ants to wildlife. Meet at the Summit Parking Lot at 1:00 PM.

 

Location

  • Weeks State Park, Weeks State Park Road, Route 3, Lancaster, NH, 03584

State of New England's Native Plants - Weeks State Park Event
Thursday, 07/06/2017 (07:00 PM - 09:00 PM)

Challenges and Opportunities for Conserving New Hampshire Habitats

Presenter: Elizabeth Farnsworth, New England Wild Flower Society

 

New England Wild Flower Society recently released a comprehensive, peer-reviewed report that, for the first time, gathers the most up-to-date data on the status of plants on the New England landscape. From this data, we can discern increases and declines in both rare and common species across all six states.

 

We will discuss the report findings, with particular emphasis on rare and common plants of New Hampshire and their importance in supporting other organisms and in providing ecosystem services for humans. We identify hotspots of rare plant diversity, and discuss factors that foster this diversity. We document the primary ecological and anthropogenic threats to both rare and common species. We discuss activities and initiatives by New England Wild Flower Society and its partner organizations to conserve and manage rare plants and habitats throughout the region. We articulate a research agenda to bridge gaps in our knowledge of plant species and ecological communities and develop a framework for protecting the viability of thousands of species that together comprise our diverse and vibrant flora. Most importantly, we offer recommendations for steps we all can take—as individuals and at community and national levels—to promote conservation.

Location

  • Weeks State Park, Weeks State Park Road, Route 3, Lancaster, NH, 03584

Thursday, 07/13/2017

Dragons and Damsels of New Hampshire - Weeks State Park Event
Thursday, 07/13/2017 (07:00 PM - 09:00 PM)

Presenter: Pamela Hunt, NH Audubon

 

Welcome to the fascinating world of the insect order Odonata! You may be familiar with the dragonflies buzzing over your yard in the summer, or the damselflies that land on your kayak, but what do you REALLY know about these ancient insects? This program provides an overview of the biology and ecology of dragonflies and damselflies, from their amazing life cycle (content alert: some pretty crazy reproductive behavior is involved!) to their incredible diversity. It also highlights a few of NH's notable species and their stories, and closes with some results from the “NH Dragonfly Survey,” a five-year volunteer-based project that documented the distribution of these insects across the state.

Location

  • Weeks State Park, Weeks State Park Road, Route 3, Lancaster, NH, 03584

Friday, 07/14/2017

Hands on with today's forest insects and diseases
Friday, 07/14/2017 (08:30 AM - 03:30 PM)

During this all-day, “in the field” workshop, small groups will rotate through seven stations at Fox Research and Demonstration Forest. At each station there will be a unique set of insects or diseases that a specialist will show you, let you handle, and then moderate a discussion of how these pests could influence your forest management. Bring your own samples or pictures of pests or damage you’re seeing in the woods and our experts will ID it. Gather that weird forest insect or damage and stump the experts!


SAF Category 1 - 4.0 CFEs
NHPLP Certification - 8.0 CEUs

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Location

  • Fox State Forest, 309 Center Road, Hillsborough, NH, 03244

Saturday, 07/15/2017

Kensan-Devan Wildlife Sanctuary Birds and Forestry
Saturday, 07/15/2017 (08:00 AM - 11:00 AM)


In 2015, NH Audubon adopted a forest management plan that is focused on managing high priority bird populations such as Scarlet Tanager, Wood Thrush, and Canada Warbler. Join Phil Brown (NH Audubon’s Director of Land Management), Jeremy Turner (Forester, Meadowsend Timberlands), and Chad Witko (Graduate Student, Antioch University) for a walking tour of a recently harvested forest with bird populations in mind. Learn about the breeding birds that were documented last summer on NH Audubon’s fourth largest property and the long-term efforts to monitor them as the forest responds to this change. Come prepared to learn about (and look for!) the bird species using these landscapes, planned management scenarios, current breeding bird research, and some of the stewardship improvements on the horizon.

 

For more information: http://www.nhaudubon.org/calendar/kensan-devan-wildlife-sanctuary-birds-and-forestry/

 

 

 

 

 

Location

  • Kensan-Devan Wildlife Santuary, Marlborough, NH, 03455

William Eddy Lecture Series
Saturday, 07/15/2017 (07:00 PM - 09:00 PM)


Allies & Invaders

In the Field, Danville, VT

 

A day in the field to see common insects and their effects.

 

All events are free and open to the public.

 

Category 1 - 6 CFEs

Location

  • , Danville, VT, 05828

Tuesday, 07/18/2017

Introduction to ArcGIS
Tuesday, 07/18/2017 (All day)

Tuesday - Thursday, July 18 - 20, 2017. Learn the ins and outs of working with ArcGIS 10.2 in a hands-on learning environment! This course is useful for people who have no prior GIS experience, as well as those who have used ArcGIS, but are new to ArcGIS 10.2 With a focus on New Hampshire data and applications, participants learn how to use ArcGIS 10.2 to produce attractive, effective maps. Data processing and data editing technigues are also covered.

Location

  • UNH - G18 Pettee Hall, 55 College Road, Durham, NH, 03824

Wednesday, 07/19/2017

Introduction to ArcGIS
Wednesday, 07/19/2017 (All day)

Tuesday - Thursday, July 18 - 20, 2017. Learn the ins and outs of working with ArcGIS 10.2 in a hands-on learning environment! This course is useful for people who have no prior GIS experience, as well as those who have used ArcGIS, but are new to ArcGIS 10.2 With a focus on New Hampshire data and applications, participants learn how to use ArcGIS 10.2 to produce attractive, effective maps. Data processing and data editing technigues are also covered.

Location

  • UNH - G18 Pettee Hall, 55 College Road, Durham, NH, 03824

Thursday, 07/20/2017

Introduction to ArcGIS
Thursday, 07/20/2017 (All day)

Tuesday - Thursday, July 18 - 20, 2017. Learn the ins and outs of working with ArcGIS 10.2 in a hands-on learning environment! This course is useful for people who have no prior GIS experience, as well as those who have used ArcGIS, but are new to ArcGIS 10.2 With a focus on New Hampshire data and applications, participants learn how to use ArcGIS 10.2 to produce attractive, effective maps. Data processing and data editing technigues are also covered.

Location

  • UNH - G18 Pettee Hall, 55 College Road, Durham, NH, 03824

Slavery & The Underground Railroad in NH - Weeks State Park Event
Thursday, 07/20/2017 (07:00 PM - 09:00 PM)

Revealing the Long Hidden Black Heritage in New Hampshire

Presenter: Michelle Arnosky, Sherburne

 

Slavery & the Underground Railroad in New Hampshire is the newest addition by author Michelle Arnosky Sherburne, freelance writer for newspapers and magazines. Michelle lectures in Vermont and New Hampshire, bringing history to life in schools, libraries, and area organizations.  She reveals incredible facts and stories of Amos Fortune, Harriet Wilson, and Slavery in New Hampshire. 

New Hampshire was once a hotbed of abolitionist activity. But the state had its struggles with slavery, with Portsmouth serving as a slave-trade hub for New England. Abolitionists such as William Lloyd Garrison, Nathaniel Peabody Rogers and Stephen Symonds Foster helped create a statewide antislavery movement. Abolitionists and freed slaves assisted in transporting escapees to freedom via the Underground Railroad.

 

Author Michelle Arnosky Sherburne uncovers the truth about slavery, the Underground Railroad and the abolitionist movement in New Hampshire. 

  • The incredible story of success and courage by Ona Judge Staines, President George Washington’s runaway slave.
  • Dartmouth College was founded to educate Native Americans, but was built and maintained by slave labor.
  • Sheds light on the fascinating people of New Hampshire who helped with the Underground Railroad Efforts getting fugitive slaves on their way to Canada and freedom.

“I hope to share the true history of New Hampshire’s slavery, black heritage and Underground Railroad, and educate readers about fascinating, courageous people who made major contributions to the state.”      

 

Location

  • Weeks State Park, Weeks State Park Road, Route 3, Lancaster, NH, 03584

Thursday, 07/27/2017

Coming Soon: The Cougar Come to the East - Weeks State Park Event
Thursday, 07/27/2017 (07:00 PM - 09:00 PM)

Presenter: Susan C. Morse, of Keeping Track

 

There is no question about it.  Cougars are not only being seen in Eastern North America, some are attempting to recolonize their former habitats.  Where once it was flatly dismissed as impossibility in the so-called “developed” east, scientists have now documented cougar dispersals and even occupancy of a growing list of eastern states and provinces.  Join us for a magnificently illustrated introduction to cougar biology and ecology in the broad diversity of habitats where Sue has studied them, from Alberta to the Arizona/Mexico border.  We will also get the low-down regarding the latest confirmations of cougars in the east, including the recently documented suitability of a substantial amount of wild habitats from Manitoba to Louisiana and Maine to Georgia.  It is only a matter of time!  

 

Throughout North America, Susan Morse is highly regarded as an expert in natural history and tracking. Ms. Morse has more than forty years’ experience monitoring wildlife and interpreting wildlife habitat use.  Her research has focused on cougar, bobcat, black bear, and Canada lynx.  She has given workshops on wild felids (cats) and other carnivores to a wide range of audiences, including the public, conservation leaders and professional biologists.

Location

  • Weeks State Park, Weeks State Park Road, Route 3, Lancaster, NH, 03584

Thursday, 08/03/2017

Lucy Crawford: A Living History Presentation - Weeks State Park Event
Thursday, 08/03/2017 (07:00 PM - 09:00 PM)

Presenter:  Dijit Taylor

 

Lucy Crawford’s 1845 History of the White Mountains was the first book published about the White Mountains.  It’s a chronicle of the Crawford family’s 50-year effort to introduce the visiting public to the wonders and beauty of the White Mountains has been described as “perhaps the most important book ever published about the White Mountains of New Hampshire.”  Dijit Taylor’s living history portrayal of Lucy Crawford evokes the early days of mountain exploration and trail building with associated disasters, birth and death, love and betrayal and day-to-day life.

 

Dijit was inspired to create the character of Lucy Crawford both by Lucy’s own book and by time spent at AMC’s Mizpah Spring Hut when her daughters were on the croo there.  Since then, “Lucy” has made occasional appearances at locations where an interested audience may be assembled.  In 2016 that included presentations at the Museum of the White Mountains and the North Woodstock Historical Society.

 

Location

  • Weeks State Park, Weeks State Park Road, Route 3, Lancaster, NH, 03584

Thursday, 08/10/2017

From Rags to Wood - Weeks State Park Event
Thursday, 08/10/2017 (07:00 PM - 09:00 PM)

Evolution of Paper Making in New England

Presenter: Linda Upham-Bornstein, Ph.D.

 

A local history of paper making starting with Crane Paper Company in western MA that built its mills utilizing rags from NYC and the transition to wood pulp in the latter half of the 19th century culminating in the largest pulp/paper mills in the eastern United States - Brown Company.

 

Dr. Linda Upham-Bornstein is a teaching lecturer at Plymouth State University.  Northern New Hampshire has been Dr. Upham-Bornstein’s home for most of her adult life.  The region’s rich history, heritage, and culture were the impetus for her pursuit of a Ph.D. in United States history at the University of New Hampshire.  While she is primarily a legal and socio-political historian, her research and teaching also embrace race, labor, and immigration history in the United States.  Dr. Upham-Bornstein’s additional position as the History, Heritage and Culture Coordinator for the Center for Rural Partnerships provides her with opportunities to continue working on northern New Hampshire history and heritage projects.

Location

  • Weeks State Park, Weeks State Park Road, Route 3, Lancaster, NH, 03584

Thursday, 08/17/2017

Covered Bridges of New Hampshire - Weeks State Park Event
Thursday, 08/17/2017 (07:00 PM - 09:00 PM)

Presenter: Glenn Knoblock

 

Covered wooden bridges have been a vital part of the New Hampshire transportation network, dating back to the early 1800s. Given New Hampshire's myriad streams, brooks, and rivers, it's not surprising that 400 covered bridges have been documented. Often viewed as quaint relics of a simpler past, they were technological marvels of their day. It may be native ingenuity and New Hampshire's woodworking tradition that account for the fact that a number of nationally-noted covered bridge truss designers were New Hampshire natives. Glenn discusses covered bridge design and technology, and their designers, builders, and associated folklore.

Location

  • Weeks State Park, Weeks State Park Road, Route 3, Lancaster, NH, 03584

Thursday, 08/24/2017

Fireside Fiddlers - Weeks State Park Event
Thursday, 08/24/2017 (07:00 PM - 09:00 PM)

Fireside Fiddlers is a group of musicians from northern New Hampshire and the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont. At first the group get-togethers were like those kitchen jams many of us have attended, where musicians gathered and played into the wee hours. Today the fiddlers, backed up by bass, banjo and guitar, perform at various locales around the region, including having appeared numerous times at concerts in Colebrook presented by the Great North Woods Committee for the Arts, at Weeks Memorial Library, the Lancaster Farmers' Market, the North Country Moose Festival in Canaan, Vt., Woodspring in Randolph and the Guildhall Cabin Fever Concert Series. The group has recorded three CDs, which will be available for purchase at this concert. The Fireside Fiddlers play dozen of tunes that have echoed through Grange Halls and at barn dances for decades--from "Red Wing" and "Old Joe Clark" to the ever-popular "Tennessee Waltz."  It's old-time fiddling as you remember it!

 

Location

  • Weeks State Park, Weeks State Park Road, Route 3, Lancaster, NH, 03584

Friday, 09/08/2017

2017 Natural Resources Stewards Program
Friday, 09/08/2017 (08:30 AM - 04:00 PM)

Do you enjoy learning about NH's natural history and resources? Are you concerned about the future of NH’s forest, wildlife, and water resources?  Are you a member of a conservation commission, land trust, or watershed association, or have thought about becoming more involved in your community?  The Natural Resources Stewards Program may be for you!

 

This program runs each Friday beginning September 8th, 2017 at NH Fish & Game, 11 Hazen Dr., Concord, NH for 12 weeks through to December 8th (excludes Veterans Day and the day after Thanksgiving).  The first class is from 8:30 am - 4:00 pm.

 

BENEFITS

The education and information gained from this program can offer a personal satisfaction that you are making a difference in the care of New Hampshire’s resources in whatever form you would like to take that on.  This hands-on learning experience will cover topics including how to identify plants and trees, NH’s wetlands, living soils, forest management, orienteering, invasive species, ecological landscaping, sustainable living, forest communities & wildlife habitats, pollinators and much more.  In the end, you will gain tools that will empower you to make a direct impact on New Hampshire's Natural Resources.  

 

This program affords participants the opportunity to earn the title of Natural Resources Steward.  What does this mean?    It means you will become a NH Natural Resources Steward recognized by the UNH Cooperative Extension and the NH Division of Forests & Lands, and in partnership with the US Forest Service, Great Bay Community College (which offers college credit for the course) as well as USDA, Natural Resources Conservation Service & County Conservation Districts.  This course will equip you with the means to do things such as serve as a liaison for local community natural resources projects, offer assistance to conservation commissions or planning boards, assist communities with natural resources inventories, etc.  There are also volunteer opportunities such as working on inner city community gardens, the NH Big Tree Program, Extension’s Speaking for Wildlife Program for adults, or the Wonders of Wildlife for children, and many other opportunities.  We also provide ongoing resources, continuing education, and peer discussions to support your natural resources endeavors. 

 

Join the community of over 400 Natural Resources Stewards working to make an impact.  There are always exciting and impactful projects to be a part of here at the Natural Resources Stewards Program.  Please join us!

 

APPLY TODAY

 

Location

  • NH Fish & Game - Concord office, Hazen Drive, Concord, NH, 03301

Sunday, 09/10/2017

Autumn Wildflower Walk - Weeks State Park Event
Sunday, 09/10/2017 (01:00 PM - 04:00 PM)

Join: Matt Peters for this Nature Walk.

Discover Autumn wildflowers such as asters and goldenrods that are surprisingly abundant and colorful at this time of year. We will also see a variety of other flowering and fruiting plants and trees. Meet at the parking lot at the start of the scenic auto road up Mount Prospect at 1 PM. Bring a hand lens and flower guide if you like and dress for the weather. 

 

Matt Peters is an independent ecologist and botanist with field experience in diverse North American landscapes, from Alaska and the Great Plains to the forests of the northeast. Focusing on botanical and natural resource inventory, mapping and management in northern New England, Peters leads workshops on foraging, edible wild plants and plant identification

Location

  • Weeks State Park, Weeks State Park Road, Route 3, Lancaster, NH, 03584

Tuesday, 09/12/2017

Supervisory Pesticide Applicator Registration Certificate - General Use Training: Core
Tuesday, 09/12/2017 (08:30 AM - 05:00 PM)

UNH Cooperative Extension will host a series of all-day training workshops in September 2017 for those seeking a supervisory registration certificate - general use from the state’s Division of Pesticide Control. Individuals wishing to obtain this certification need to participate in a series of training classes, pass a written and oral exam, and show proof of insurance.

Training will prepare participants for the state certification exam. Instructors will provide a review of the information found in the National Pesticide Applicator Certification Core Manual and NH Code of Administrative Rules during the core classes (you should only attend one of the two core classes; they are both the same). Trainings will be offered for the following categories: turf (G2), ornamental (G1), right-of-way (B), microbial (F8), and forest (C1). The number of recertifcation credits/class will be announced shortly.

New Hampshire requires that anyone applying pesticides commercially must be certified as a commercial pesticide applicator. This certification is required regardless of whether the applicator gets paid for the service or the pesticide is classified as general or restricted use. This includes over-the-counter homeowner-type pesticides.

Cost: $115 per day. For those who need it, there is an additional cost for study materials, which participants are required to purchase and read prior to attending the sessions.

Participants can register by visiting our website (https://extension.unh.edu/Pesticide-Safety-Education-Program/Register-Supervisory-Registration-Certification-General-Use).

 

Registration will be opened until 09/10/2017.

Location

  • New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services, 29 Hazen Drive, Concord, NH, 03301

Wednesday, 09/13/2017

Supervisory Pesticide Applicator Registration Certificate - General Use Training: Turf (G2)
Wednesday, 09/13/2017 (08:30 AM - 05:00 PM)

UNH Cooperative Extension will host a series of all-day training workshops in September 2017 for those seeking a supervisory registration certificate - general use from the state’s Division of Pesticide Control. Individuals wishing to obtain this certification need to participate in a series of training classes, pass a written and oral exam, and show proof of insurance.

Training will prepare participants for the state certification exam. Instructors will provide a review of the information found in the National Pesticide Applicator Certification Core Manual and NH Code of Administrative Rules during the core classes (you should only attend one of the two core classes; they are both the same). Trainings will be offered for the following categories: turf (G2), ornamental (G1), right-of-way (B), microbial (F8), and forest (C1). The number of recertifcation credits/class will be announced shortly.

New Hampshire requires that anyone applying pesticides commercially must be certified as a commercial pesticide applicator. This certification is required regardless of whether the applicator gets paid for the service or the pesticide is classified as general or restricted use. This includes over-the-counter homeowner-type pesticides.

Cost: $115 per day. For those who need it, there is an additional cost for study materials, which participants are required to purchase and read prior to attending the sessions.

Participants can register by visiting our website (https://extension.unh.edu/Pesticide-Safety-Education-Program/Register-Supervisory-Registration-Certification-General-Use).

 

Registration will be opened until 09/10/2017.

Location

  • New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services, 29 Hazen Drive, Concord, NH, 03301


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