Behavioral Effects of Ocean Acidification and Warming
UNH marine biology student Todd Selling studies potential behavioral changes that the American lobster may experience as a result of ocean acidification and ocean warming.
CODE RED examines climate and biodiversity crisis
A specimen from the Albion R. Hodgdon Herbarium at UNH is being featured in the Maine Historical Society's exhibit CODE RED: Climate, Justice & Natural History Collections. The flora was collected in 1893 by Kate Furbish, whose many...
Macfarlane Research Greenhouses
UNH Greenhouse Manager Luke Hydock graduated from UNH in 1997 with a Bachelor’s degree in Horticulture and Agronomy. In 2015, he began working full-time at the Macfarlane Research Greenhouses.
Dr. Anna Wallingford
Dr. Anna Wallingford looks at the potential success of mixing the feeding stimulant with insecticides to attract and target only pest insects rather than spraying broader insecticides.
Dr. Anna Wallingford
Dr. Anna Wallingford evaluates the effectiveness of biopesticides and natural aphid predators to systematically assess the effectiveness of the alternative IPM methods.
Fairchild Dairy Teaching and Research Center
Fairchild Dairy lead farm worker Tim Cahill '21 joined the team at the New Hampshire Agricultural Experiment Station in 2022—a little over a year after graduating from UNH with a...
Dr. Anissa Poleatewich, Liza DeGenring
Dr. Anissa Poleatewich and her team examine chitosan, a natural derivative of chitin, and its potential as a promising bio-stimulant and plant disease suppressant.
Dr. Anissa Poleatewich, Martina Florian, Isabella Borrero
Dr. Anissa Poleatewich and her team test wood-peat substrate blends products for their impact on root rot disease in edible and floriculture crops.
Dr. Iago Hale
Dr. Iago Hale runs the Kiwiberry Research and Breeding Program, which investigates the commercial potential of the underutilized kiwiberry.
Dr. Becky Sideman
Dr. Becky Sideman tests and evaluates different winter protection strategies and varieties to help New Hampshire farmers and gardeners enjoy regionally grown figs.
Dr. Tom Davis
Dr. Tom Davis evaluates strawberry and quinoa’s locally adapted, weedy relatives that may be interbred to adapt and improve the crop’s productivity and resilience in this region.
New Hampshire Agricultural Experiment Station
COLSA and NHAES finish carpenter Curtis Johnson got his start working in construction and carpentry in the New Hampshire seacoast area in 1987. In 2007, he joined COLSA as a part-time carpenter. Now, on any given day, you’ll likely find him engaged in a new task around campus, whether it’s breaking...