Strafford County is in the southeastern part of New Hampshire and includes three cities and 10 towns.

The following community projects are currently being worked on by Strafford County Master Gardeners.

If you are interested in learning more about them, please contact us at NHSCMGA(at)Yahoo(dot)com.

  • Annual SCMGA Plant Sale, Durham Town Hall, May 17, 2020, 9-1
  • Bedrock Gardens, Lee
  • Dover Mounted Patrol Barn, Dover
  • Food Friendly Yard, Durham
  • Garden of Native NH Plants, Lee
  • Hyder Family Hospice House, Dover
  • Joe B. Parks Riverwalk Public Gardens, Dover
  • Madbury Public Library, Madbury
  • Milne Nature Sanctuary, Durham
  • School Gardening Grants, Strafford County, Link for more information
  • Speakers Bureau
  • Wagon Hill Community Garden, Durham
  • Wakefield Food Pantry Community Garden, Sanbornville
  • Woodman Museum Medicinal & Industrial Garden, Dover

Consult Project List in Members Only Section
for coordinator contact information.

Past Projects:

  • Community Garden Barrington Elementary, Barrington
  • Durham Public Library, Durham
  • General Sullivan Project, Durham
  • Kids Can Grow, Dover
  • Lee in Bloom, Lee
  • Lee Farmers Market, Lee
  • Lydia’s House of Hope, Rochester
  • Mast Way School, Lee
  • Master Gardener in Residence, UNH Child Study and Development Center, Durham
  • NH Public Broadcasting Service, Durham
  • Oyster River Cooperative School District, Durham
  • Riverside Rest Home Upper Garden, Dover
  • Rochester After School Gardening, Rochester
  • Rochester 4-H Fair Judging, Rochester
  • Seymour Osman Community Center Summer Gardening, Dover
  • Smith Chapel, Durham
  • Somersworth Housing Authority Garden, Somersworth
  • Somersworth School Gardens, Somersworth
  • Strafford County Transitional Housing Garden, Dover
  • Stay and Play Early Learning Center, Dover
  • Water Woods & Wildlife Festival, Milton
  • Woodman Elementary Library Garden, Dover