Resources

Resource Category Topic
A Garden for Wildlife Sample Promotional Flyer
A sample flyer announcing your presentation (MS Word format). You will need to fill in the details. When you are done, email your flyer to your…
Speaking for Wildlife, Natural Resources Natural Resources
A Landowner's Guide to Inventorying and Monitoring Wildlife in New Hampshire
This 80-page guide published in 2004 helps landowners in New Hampshire better know and understand wildlife on their property.  It was produced by the…
Wildlife, Natural Resources, NH Coverts Project Natural Resources
A Landowner’s Guide to New England Cottontail Habitat Management
This 40-page document highlights New England’s only native cottontail rabbit species that is in peril. Over the past few decades, the New England…
Wildlife, Natural Resources Natural Resources
A Partial Listing of Publications on Tree and Shrub Identification
Compiled by Karen P. Bennett, Extension Professor and Specialist, Forest Resources This isn’t a complete listing of publications on tree and shrub…
Forest & Trees, Natural Resources Natural Resources
A1 - Fruit Study Materials [Commercial]
Commercial applicator category Fruit (A1) is a subcategory of Agricultural Pest Control (A). This subcategory is intended for pesticide applicators…
Pesticide Safety Education, Agriculture & Gardens Agriculture & Gardens
A2 - Herbicides Study Materials [Commercial]
Commercial applicator category Herbicides (A2) is a subcategory of Agricultural Pest Control (A). This subcategory is intended for herbicide…
Pesticide Safety Education, Agriculture & Gardens Agriculture & Gardens
A3 - Field Crops Study Materials [Commercial]
Commercial applicator category Field Crops (A3) is a subcategory of Agricultural Pest Control (A). This subcategory is intended for pesticide and…
Pesticide Safety Education, Agriculture & Gardens Agriculture & Gardens
A4 - Animals Study Materials [Commercial]
This is a subcategory of Agricultural Pest Control (A) for commercial applicators who, apply or supervise the application of pesticides on animals…
Agriculture & Gardens, Pesticide Safety Education Agriculture & Gardens
About the New Hampshire Master Gardener Program
The Master Gardener program started at Washington State University in 1973. The name came from the German word “Gartenmeister,” which roughly…
Yard & Garden, New Hampshire Master Gardeners
Accident/Injury Forms from UNH Extension
Should you or someone at your event experience an injury or accident, contact your County Forester as soon as possible for help completing these…
Speaking for Wildlife, Natural Resources Natural Resources
Accurately Measuring Small Quantities of Product [Video]
In this video, John Grande introduces the applicator to a number of measuring devices (syringes, pipets, tubing, and scales) that will make measuring…
Pesticide Safety Education, Agriculture & Gardens Agriculture & Gardens
Adding SNAP/EBT Sales to your Farm [webinar video]
This webinar covers: What is FNS and how to start an application Steps to become a SNAP/EBT authorized retailer How to use your EBT or…
Agricultural Business Management, Agriculture & Gardens Agriculture & Gardens
Adults Eating Smart [Online Class]
Our classic nutrition and cooking class is going virtual! Join us for a free healthy living series that focuses on the basics of nutrition,…
Health & Well-Being, Nutrition Connections
Advisory Council Handbook
ebook friendly version  
Advisory Councils, Administration
Advisory Council Member Forms
Member Biographical Abstract Volunteer Service Agreement UNHCE County Advisory Council Program Feedback Form UNHCE Staff…
Advisory Councils, Administration
Alternatives to Invasive Landscape Plants [fact sheet]
New Hampshire’s invasive species regulations currently prohibit the collection, sale, transport, distribution, propagation or transplantation of…
Landscape Installation & Maintenance, Agriculture & Gardens, Yard & Garden Agriculture & Gardens
An Introduction to Fiscal Impact Analysis
An Introduction to Fiscal Impact Analysis
Location: Durham Campus
Economic Development
Antrim Community Profile
The Community Profile program provides an opportunity for communities to affirm strengths, identify opportunities for change, envision a vibrant…
Location: Durham Campus
Economic Development, Natural Resources
Aphids [fact sheet]
Aphids, or plant lice, feed on most vegetable crops, many house plants and ornamentals grown in New Hampshire, as well as numerous weeds and wild…
Fruit & Vegetable Crops, Agriculture & Gardens, Pesticide Safety Education, Yard & Garden Agriculture & Gardens
Appalachian Oak-Pine Forests
Appalachian oak-pine forests occur in southern and central New Hampshire below 900 feet of elevation, or on dry, rocky ridges at higher elevations.…
NH Coverts Project, Natural Resources Natural Resources