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Catch! Connecting the Seacoast and UNH
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Football home opener Sept. 8
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All ages, all marine science -- all fun!
The UNH Museum of Art invites the public to fall exhibits, lectures and receptions.
Researchers are looking for volunteers to catch green crabs, an invasive species that harms local crab populations. The project will study how the crabs can be used for food.
UNH faculty Jenni Cook, soprano, and Hsiang Tu, piano, are joined by guest harpist Sorana Scarlat. Free and open to the public.
Learn about the Gulls of Appledore Project at "The Secret Lives of Gulls," offering insights from over 15 years of gull research on Appledore Island.” Creek Farm, Portsmouth.
Learn how you can help the monarch butterfly, which has seen its population plummet 90 percent over the past two decades.
Sept. 14, 15
The New England Fall Astronomy Festival brings a fun-filled weekend to the UNH Observatory. Special guest is Fran Bagenal, a planetary physicist from the University of Colorado in Boulder.
Military families are invited to enjoy a day exploring the rocky shores and rich marine history of Star Island.
The NH International Seminar presents Katherine Mills, research scientist at the Gulf of Maine Research Institute.
UNH Music welcomes back trombonist Brian Lew '13 for a masterclass and concert.
Classical guitarist Jon Paul Yerby, who has performed across four continents and served on the faculty of several major universities, presents a workshop and concert.
K-12 schools, Sept. 28.
Public, Sept. 29
Touch a horseshoe crab, drive a remotely operated vehicle, and map the ocean floor at the University of New Hampshire’s Ocean Discovery Day! School groups: Sept. 28. Public: Sept. 29
Ada Limón is the author of five books of poetry, including Bright Dead Things, which was named a finalist for the 2015 National Book Award in Poetry.
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