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Women working with chainsaws

Women in the Woods

Have you ever walked in the woods while 15 women are running chainsaws? While historically this hasn’t been a common sight in New Hampshire, UNH Extension is now helping make it a more frequent reality. The health of New Hampshire’s forests is defined by the ability of private landowners to make... Read More

Recent Stories

  • campus tree in fall colors
    - Passings: David J. Hebert
    COLA mourns the loss of professor emeritus of education David Hebert. Read More
  • Thompson Hall
    - On a Mission
    Alex Freid ’13, a political science and philosophy double major, has been named the 2022 Social Innovator of the Year by the University of New Hampshire. Read More
  • Healthy Food for All
    - Healthy Food for All
    How does food and nutrition insecurity affect physical, mental and social well-being? How does it vary by race, ethnicity, gender and sexuality? These are questions that... Read More
  • Pops of Color
    - Pops of Color
    There may be no more beautiful time of year at UNH than fall, when vibrant colors explode in all corners of campus. As the leaves begin to drop,  join us for a look at some of the... Read More
  • Students walking on campus
    - UNH Again Earns 'Best Value' Status
    The University of New Hampshire has been ranked the No. 1 best value public university in New England for the second consecutive year and is a top-10 best value public university... Read More
  • Diversity Hall of Fame celebration
    - 'On the Shoulders of Giants'
    Stephanie Bramlett ’06G ’11G admits that she received a jolt of exhilaration when she first discovered more than 25,000 YouTube views on the TEDx talk she delivered at this spring... Read More
  • Owners in greenhouse
    - Resiliency Academy
    In just a few years, Studley Flowers in downtown Rochester will celebrate its 100th anniversary. The family-owned florist, garden center and landscape company was started in 1928... Read More
  • New trail signage to highlight Abenaki culture
    - Pathway to Paying Tribute
    Completing a project initially conceived in 2019, a series of four trails and five bridges in the College Brook Ravine area have been named following traditional Abenaki naming... Read More
  • Celebrating UDay 2022
    - Celebrating UDay 2022
    UNH hosted its annual University Day (Uday) celebration Wednesday, Sept. 7, bringing students, staff, faculty and Durham community members together to celebrate. Read More
  • Woman in plaid shirt holds whale baleen so library patrons can see
    - Outreach That’s Not Overdue
      A new program connects UNH Extension with New Hampshire's public libraries. Read More