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Farming the Floodplain: Trade-offs and Opportunities
Climate change will alter rainfall patterns in New England in the coming decades. Storms will likely become more intense, increasing the frequency of flooding. Many Farms in this area tend to be concentrated in river valleys because the soils are fertile and easily cultivated, but this now comes with greater flood risk.
“Growing Day-Neutral Strawberries in New Hampshire” is a guide summarizing experiences with eight, day-neutral strawberry varieties tested at the University of New Hampshire. Data from trials serve as a benchmark for day-neutral performance in the region.
The start of 2020 has brought a few changes to our Hub Team. Our NRCS liaison for 2020 is Elizabeth Marks. We gratefully welcome her to our team. Dr. Rachel Schattman, research fellow from 2016-2019, moved on to serve as research faculty at the University of Maine.
As tides rise and storms intensify, humans adapt to the changing environment. Understanding local impacts to the coast increases resiliency. The Coastal Observer App encourages citizens to monitor weather and water. The data will help researchers build a…
“Growing Day-Neutral Strawberries in New Hampshire” is a guide summarizing experiences with eight, day-neutral strawberry varieties tested at the University of New Hampshire. Data from trials serve as a benchmark for day-neutral performance in the region…