Keeping New Hampshire’s Forests Healthy Discussion Dec. 11

Keeping New Hampshire’s Forests Healthy Discussion Dec. 11

Monday, December 02, 2013

Extension field and state specialists will discuss the health of New Hampshire’s forests at the next UNH Cooperative Extension Issues & Ice Cream discussion Dec. 11 in the MUB, room 338. Ice cream will be served. 

The campus community is invited to join the discussion from 12:30 p.m. to 2 p.m. to share ideas and hear how Extension is working to ensure New Hampshire’s forests remain healthy. UNH Cooperative Extension partners with citizens, landowners, state agencies, conservation organizations, and communities to care for New Hampshire’s forests and trees.  

An audience-wide roundtable discussion will follow short presentations on the following topics:

  • Forest health and woodlots

  • Applied research on forest openings and non-native plant invasions

  • Innovations in looking for the emerald ash borer

  • Looking for Asian longhorned beetles in swimming pools

  • Striking back when a natural disaster hits

Issues and Ice Cream is a monthly discussion series where UNH and UNH Cooperative Extension faculty, specialists, students, and special guests come together to discuss pertinent topics and opportunities for collaboration. 

Issues & Ice Cream 2013- 2014 Full Schedule