Category Archives: Gardening

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Post reblogged from Laidback Gardener, Larry Hodgson, a Canadian garden writer. Bees are so ubiquitous that gardeners tend to take them for granted. Whether they’re the ever-busy honeybee (Apis mellifera) that produces the honey we enjoy, the bigger, fuzzier bumblebees … Continue reading

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School grants in the news

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Climate Change

Submitted by: Wendy Berkeley, Somersworth Farm to School Coordinator

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The Great Bay

Join us for a presentation about The State Of the Great Bay with Steve J. Miller, Coastal Training Program Coordinator, Great Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve. The Great Bay is one of the most inland estuaries in the United States. The … Continue reading

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School Gardening Grant Update

Idlehurst Elementary School 46 Stackpole Road, Somersworth, NH, serving grades PreK through 2. Mrs. Ficco’s Idlehurst Elementary School kindergartners were so grateful to receive the Carolyn Bassage Memorial School Grant this year. This spring, we used grow lights in the … Continue reading

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Webinar: Asian Jumping Worm

As part of the 2019 series of Advanced Training Webinars for their Master Gardener Program, Oregon State University is offering a Webinar on the Asian Jumping Worm – Monday, Aug 26, 2019 10:00 a.m. Pacific Time (1 p.m. Eastern Time). Have … Continue reading

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Warming up to Winter

The intended audience is the New Hampshire Landscape Association, but it is open to the public. Register

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