Stories in Topic: Cooperative Extension

  • 02.25.15 - UNH Facilitation Lab Seeks to Keep Civility in Municipal Meetings
    Theatre Program Partners with Cooperative Extension, Carsey School to Help Solve Real-World Problem of Unruly Gatherings
    John Berst is a big man with a big voice — the kind of voice any actor would envy for its ability to project to the back of the theater. To own a room. And at this moment, John owns the room. In a city government meeting hall, he's railing on to the 25 or so people assembled about a proposal to install a drug treatment center in his neighborhood. "How can you even think of doing this?!" he shouts to the city officials seated at the front of the room. "There will be broken syringes everywhere and my kids will get cut and who knows what kind of diseases they'll be exposed to?"
  • 02.19.15 - Kelp Is On the Way: UNH Researchers Promote "Kale of the Sea"
    Seaweed has been on the menu for thousands of years, beloved particularly in Asia for packing a nutritional punch with the complex flavor of umami. Now, UNH researchers are hoping to tap locavore foodie fanaticism to promote this Gulf of Maine bounty as a healthy, delicious and local food that works overtime as fisherman-friendly aquaculture.
  • 02.11.15 - Kelp Is On the Way
    UNH researchers promote "kale of the sea"
    Seaweed has been on the menu for thousands of years, beloved particularly in Asia for packing a nutritional punch with the complex flavor of umami. Now, UNH researchers are hoping to tap locavore foodie fanaticism to promote this Gulf of Maine bounty as a healthy, delicious and local food that works overtime as fisherman-friendly aquaculture.
  • Cooperative Extension hosts a river rendezvous to assess the eel population
    07.10.14 - The Annual Eel Count!
  • 09.06.12 - Anna Boudreau Honored with Friend of Extension Award
    UNH Cooperative Extension Dean and Director John Pike presented Anna Boudreau with its “Friend of Extension” award for all her efforts on behalf of the organization.