You'll find abundant information and resources designed specifically for New Hampshire gardeners. Our tips will help you create a healthy, attractive garden or landscape and keep it looking good throughout the season or year.  Contact the Education Center at (1-877-398-4769) 9AM-2PM, Monday-Friday.

New Hampshire Master Gardeners

New Hampshire Extension Master Gardeners train use research-based information to educate the public about home gardening and horticulture, pest management, food safety and backyard livestock.  Contact a Master Gardener Coordinator:  Mary.Stanton@unh.edu or Amanda.Gourgue@unh.edu.

 

USDA Wildlife Services

Provides Federal leadership and expertise to resolve wildlife conflicts to allow people and wildlife to coexist.  Get information on local wildlife interacting with your garden.

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Educational materials help to integrate agriculture, food and natural resources into K-12 classrooms. By applying authentic agricultural examples to teach core curriculum concepts in science, social studies, math, language arts and nutrition, student awareness can be improved. These programs cultivate an understanding and appreciation of the food, fiber and fuel systems that we all depend upon every day.

Schools participating in NH Farm to School are finding creative ways to bring locally grown food into their cafeterias and classrooms. Activities vary from school to school depending on the specific goals and needs of each site.

Free Seed Program

UNH Extension Master Gardeners offer a Free Seed Program for school and youth gardens across the state.  A list of seeds and an online order form will be available early in 2018.

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