Encourages and funds collaborative research and monitoring projects in the Gulf of Maine and Georges Bank through effective, equal partnerships among fishermen, scientists, educators, and marine resource managers to study broad range of topics including gear selectivity, fish habitat, stock assessments, and socioeconomics
Contributes to NH’s economic vitality by providing its businesses and communities with the tools they need to reach their goals through confidential counseling, training programs, access to information and referral, and other specialized services
Seeks to solve problems affecting agriculture, forestry, and the social and economic well-being of NH's people, the region and the nation by providing unbiased and objective research concerning diverse aspects of sustainable agriculture, aquaculture, forest management, and related wildlife and natural resources
Business research at UNH ranges from learning how people and organizations make decisions to finding out how to bring more out-of state skiers to New Hampshire’s slopes to the application of economic theory to management and policy problems related to land, marine, water, agricultural, forestry, fisheries and other natural resources. Looking for ways to optimize the use of current and emerging information technologies to support businesses, as well as for public and private uses, is a rapidly expanding focus.