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Catch! Connecting the Seacoast and UNH
A monthly e-newsletter highlighting public events, news and features from UNH Durham.
Treat yourself to an eco-culinary island retreat
Durham hosts a summer block party
Live music and potluck at UNH Outdoor Pool
Now through Sept. 30
Volunteers needed to hunt for invasive green crabs that threaten the Seacoast’s environment.
Aug. 1 and 5
Join a hands-on learning cruise through the Great Bay Estuary to Jackson Estuarine Laboratory, sponsored by NH Sea Grant.
"Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2" will be the last film in the MUB Summer Series.
Explore the diverse habitats in this 191 acre property and learn about ongoing efforts to manage the land.
Aug. 6, 12 and 13
Pack a lunch and hop aboard a UNH research vessel for a day on Appledore Island, complete with a guided walking tour.
Navy STEM is offering a one-week SeaGlide workshop for scientists, engineers and educators.
Learn how to design and build recreation trails and increase access to natural areas at this one-day workshop.
Aug. 10 and 24
Volunteer to remove invasive species at Fort McClary in Kittery, Maine, with the Maine Conservation Corps.
Science teachers are invited for an intensive marine science workshop at the Shoals Marine Lab. Register by Aug. 7.
The Music Hall will host a viewing and panel discussion of “The Artist’s Garden: American Impressionism.”
If the skies are clear, the UNH Observatory will hold a public viewing session at sunset. Visit Facebook for updates.
Participate in a dig on Smuttynose Island near the Haley House. Register by Aug. 7.
Aug. 27 and Sept. 12
Get in the “weeds” at Odiorne Point in Rye and learn how to identify and forage for local edible seaweeds.
Aug. 21 and 28
Let the rugged seascapes and landscapes of Appledore Island serve as inspiration at summer retreats for artists and writers.
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