UNH Cooperative Extension

Recent Stories

  • UNH's Becky Sideman with peppers
    - Profitable Peppers
    UNH researchers have found that many varieties of bell peppers grown in high tunnels produced excellent, high-quality fruit. Read More
  • Steelhead trout
    - Pier to Plate
    Steelhead trout grow within nets suspended from a UNH-designed raft. Read More
  • Megan Glenn
    - Megan Glenn Joins Extension’s STEM Staff
    Megan Glenn has joined UNH Cooperative Extension as a program coordinator with the youth and family science literacy team. Read More
  • SPARK 2016 Research Review - Climate Change
    - SPARK 2016
    Flip through the most recent issue of SPARK, UNH’s annual research review. Read More
  • Car driving on a flooded roadway
    - The New Normal
    As our climate changes, our food and forests, our transportation, even our health will become vulnerable. From pines to pavement, weeds to wheezing, UNH researchers are working on... Read More
  • Dirty Hands, Happy Kids
    - Dirty Hands, Happy Kids
    Q:  I’d like to get my children more involved in gardening this year.  Any advice on how to make it fun and educational for them? — Jackie R., Newmarket A:  Gardening with your... Read More
  • New Hampshire students at UNH for SeaPerch Competition
    - At SeaPerch, Last-Minute Fixes Are Opportunities To Learn
    On April 2, the sixth annual Seacoast SeaPerch Regional Competition was held at UNH’s Swazey Pool. Read More
  • succulents
    - Creative, Money-Saving Ideas for Home Gardeners
    Q:  I’m looking for tips to make gardening easier, cheaper and more fun. Got any gardening hacks you could share?  Bill J - Laconia A: From recycling worn out home goods to... Read More
  • dripping faucet
    - Is Your Well Water Safe to Drink?
    .My well water looks clear and tastes clean. But how do I know for sure if it is safe for my family to drink?” ­­– Mark L., Boscawen                                      The... Read More
  • Red osier
    - For a Sustainable, Easy Landscape Go Native
     "I’m looking ahead to sprucing up my yard in the spring. Any suggestions for plants that are easy to take care of and particularly well-suited for New Hampshire?" – Hannah S.,... Read More