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January 23, 2018

UNH Cooperative Extension Master Gardeners are offering free seeds for schools, scout troops, 4-H clubs, community gardens and any education-based or youth group and individuals. Vegetable, flower and herb seed packets are available for pick up at the UNH Education Center in Goffstown or have them mailed.  Tax-deductible donations are welcome to cover the cost of postage.  New this year, a...

January 18, 2018

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Many school and youth gardens center on food gardening, with vegetables, herbs, and fruits growing in various combinations. Edible gardens are a great way to get kids to broaden their healthy food choices while learning about plants and cultivating a sense of environmental stewardship.

Read about creative ideas and safety factors in starting the garden.  Full Article 

January 16, 2018

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Perfect for a cold or rainy afternoon, make your own plant person from a pair of old pantyhose, a little bit of soil and some grass seed!

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January 9, 2018

What could be more exciting than turning one plant into 30 new plants for each of your students to take home?  Learning the plant propagation technique of taking cuttings allows you to do just that. It also provides an opportunity to teach students about plant growth, especially the factors affecting root development.  Suggested for K-5th grade.

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