• Conference attendees gather around a map of the Seacoast to discuss shoreline management options.

    Managing the N.H. shoreline

    From sea walls to sand dunes, a recent conference featured the options available and tradeoffs associated with managing the coast for climate adaptation.

  • close-up of tiny blue mussels held in a woman's hand.

    Grow, baby, grow

    With expertise from NHSG/UNHCE, a new blue mussel aquaculture business is in the works for N.H. that will supply fresh mussels to consumers in spring 2015.

  • Two researchers crouch in the mud to take samples of mud snails

    Marsh parasites: the canary in the coal mine

    Marsh parasites provide a snapshot of human influences on New England marshes, according to newly published NHSG research.

  • Fisherman wearing orange rain gear stands in front of trawl net aboard boat.

    Cod crisis?

    New podcast series hosted by NHSG/UNHCE commercial fisheries specialist Erik Chapman explores the New England fisheries scene, including the challenges that groundfishermen are facing. 

  • head shot of Ken La Valley

    New Dean and Director for UNHCE

    Ken La Valley has been appointed the new dean and director for UNH Cooperative Extension. Ken worked with NHSG/UNHCE as a commercial fisheries specialist for many years before moving on to UNHCE.

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