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Late Season Weed Control

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Resurgence of Western Bean Cutworm

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ICYMI: Connect Extension Chat: Virtual Field Days

Rose Hayden-Smith ·
More than 50 Cooperative Extension professionals from across the nation gathered virtually to discuss Virtual Field Days. The chat contains a wealth of tips, links and lessons learned. Questions that were posed (and capably answered!) include: What are some ideas to move a Field Days event online? What examples of virtual Field Days have you done/seen/been a part of? Please describe and share links, if possible. For those who have done virtual Field Days, what were some of the challenges you...
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Re: ICYMI: Connect Extension Chat: Virtual Field Days

Former Member ·
Please take me off your mailing list. Thank you.
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Re: ICYMI: Connect Extension Chat: Virtual Field Days

Rose Hayden-Smith ·
Mark Bell from University of California Agriculture and Natural Resources shared this resource about how to do a virtual consultation .
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Re: MOVING TO VIRTUAL PROGRAMS: A Discussion with Natural Resource Professionals

Ruth Smith ·
I tried to register and nothing happened. Is there another link?
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Re: MOVING TO VIRTUAL PROGRAMS: A Discussion with Natural Resource Professionals

Andy Lazur ·
Cannot enter meeting. Is there a working link? Thank you!
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Re: Going Organic: Breeding Biofortified Field Pea and Sorghum

Aaron Weibe ·
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Re: Integrated Management of Field Bindweed and Canada Thistle in Organic Cropping Systems

Aaron Weibe ·
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Re: Organic Control of Field Bindweed in the Pacific Northwest

Aaron Weibe ·
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Re: Field Nitrogen and Greenhouse Gases: reducing nitrous oxide emissions from field N application

Aaron Weibe ·
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UNH Extension seeks Food and Agriculture Field Specialist, Coos County

Victoria Rappeport ·
UNH Extension Seeks a Food and Agriculture Field Specialist | Extension This position is based at UNH Extension’s Coös County office in Lancaster, N.H. The field specialist will provide formal and informal education to the agricultural community by organizing and implementing educational events including workshops, field tours, and grower meetings; disseminating current research-based information through the development of fact sheets, articles, and other print and web-based resources; and...
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UNH Extension seeks Field Specialist, Community and Economic Development, Sullivan County

Victoria Rappeport ·
UNH Extension Seeks a Field Specialist in Community and Economic Development | Extension The Sullivan County Community and Economic Development field specialist, based in Newport, New Hampshire, will provide educational outreach, technical assistance, and community planning and project implementation support that builds community and regional leaders’ capacity to implement effective strategies to grow and sustain the economy. Areas of focus include, but are not limited to, entrepreneurial...
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UNH Extension Seeks Field Specialist, Forest Resources

Victoria Rappeport ·
This position is based at the Strafford County Cooperative Extension office in Dover, N.H. and also covers N.H.’s Belknap County. In an urbanizing and suburbanizing environment, the field specialist, individually and in cooperation with internal and external partners, provides extension forest resources education and assistance to landowners; citizens; natural resource organizations and professionals; the forest industry; communities; volunteers; and town, county, and state government. In...
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UNH Extension seeks Field Specialist, Livestock Production

Victoria Rappeport ·
UNH Extension Seeks Extension Field Specialist, Livestock Production | Extension This position is located at Extension’s Belknap County office in Laconia, New Hampshire. The field specialist will provide technical assistance and develop educational programming in livestock production to new and experienced livestock producers. Educational needs in the region include animal husbandry practices, animal health management, regulatory considerations and best management practices in meat and...
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UNH Extension seeks Field Specialist, Urban Forestry and Ecology

Victoria Rappeport ·
This position is based at the Hillsborough County Cooperative Extension office in Goffstown, N.H., and leads UNH Extension’s educational, technical and volunteer programming in urban forestry and ecology. New Hampshire is becoming more urbanized, with urban areas projected to increase to over 10% of the state by 2060. Urban and community trees and forests provide a variety of ecological, social and economic values including reduced stormwater runoff, air pollution mitigation, noise...
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UNH Extension Seeks a Field Specialist, 4-H AgriScience Animal Science

Victoria Rappeport ·
This position is located on the UNH campus in Durham, New Hampshire, however is responsible for statewide support in the area of agriscience animal science. The 4-H agriscience field specialist is responsible for the development of the N.H. 4-H agriscience pathway with a focus on animal science, providing leadership in determining needs; establishing priorities; and developing, marketing, implementing and evaluating programs. The pathway includes the essential content-focused touchpoints...
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UNH Extension seeks Field Specialist, Food and Agriculture, in Hillsborough County

Victoria Rappeport ·
This position is located at Extension’s Hillsborough County Office in Goffstown, N.H. The field specialist will provide technical assistance and develop educational programming in fruit and vegetable production to both new and experienced growers. Expertise in fruit or vegetable production is a priority for this position. Additional expertise in soil nutrition, integrated pest management or agricultural engineering is desirable. The candidate will work individually and as part of a team to...
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