A Year in Review, Carroll County, 2020
Carroll County Contributions: $284,291
State Contributions: $498,969 (In 2020, for every $1.00 Carroll County contributed, UNH provided $1.72 of statewide resources.)
Total Extension Value to Carroll County: $901K
Developed a program with N.H. Dept. of Agriculture to expend CARES Act funds for farms hurt by the pandemic. Staff assisted farmers with writing applications for these funds.
$150,976 distributed to farms
Provided technical assistance to farms.
$27,500 impact for farms
Forest Land Management Technical Assistance
$68,189 generated in timber production and tax revenue
Provided technical assistance to woodlot owners resulting in improved acreage through forest management practices.
100 large woodlot owners
3,067 acres improved
Online Food Access Map
375 total sites
16 Carroll sites
Created an online map for food insecure families.
Youth and Families
Created virtual spaces for youth to foster connection.
50 families participated in the 4-H Birding in Your Backyard virtual curriculum.
20 youth participated in the 4-H Wildside Photography Challenge to explore and document nature.
Trained and managed by Extension staff, they dedicated their time to: natural resources, education, citizen science, youth and families, economic development, gardening, wildlife, nutrition and more.
$155,625 value of volunteer time (State Values of Volunteer Time, N.H.$26.23; independentsector.org/).