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Find past newsletter articles, press releases, and other media showcasing local agriculture, placed-based education, and conservation of natural resources in Sullivan County.

The makeup of a plant

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Leave no trace

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10 bird species you never knew

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Why we need more ladybugs

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Saving the deep blue sea

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Harvest season begins again

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Little insects that make a big difference

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Winter Survival: Deer Yards

My first winter in NH, I learned of a natural phenomena called "Yarding." I have yet to witness it, so I've gathered some information from people who have to share with you this month. Yarding is the term used for large masses of deer congregating in one area. It occurs during times of severe cold and decreasing food source availability. It’s more common to see this in places with a lot of snow. This behavior allows deer to consume available resources and conserve energy. They benefit from grouping in large numbers. Common places to see deer yard up are near south- and east-facing slopes, agricultural fields with a lot of waste grain, late-season food plots, white cedar thickets, and anywhe

Winter Field Days

Yes, your students can go outside and learn all year long, even in winter with snow on the ground. Just before the Christmas break, North Charlestown Community School's 4th graders bundled up and went out to explore the forest in winter. Here are some of the things the students discovered and learned: The leaves that are still attached to trees look and feel like they are rolled up - It reminded one student of how she curls up into a ball when she is cold. A red-backed salamander was awakened from his slumber and found sitting on the snow - curious! He was carefully put back under the leaves. A clump of multi-colored mammal fur was also found on the snow, right next to some footprints that

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