Newsletters & Email Alerts

We use newsletters and email alerts to keep growers apprised of issues throughout the growing season and year-round. 

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The NH Vegetable and Fruit News

This free newsletter contains information relevant to vegetable and fruit producers, plus upcoming meetings and events. The newsletter is now published in blog format, and subscribers receive notifications of new articles. 

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The NHIPM Newsletter

Alan Eaton, UNH Cooperative Extension Entomologist and Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Specialist, publishes the New Hampshire IPM Newsletter. The newsletter contains timely information about what's happening in the world of important agricultural pests, plus upcoming meetings and events. The newsletter is sent via email and backissues are posted online.

2014 to present NHIPM Newsletter      2013 NHIPM Newsletters  (PDF's only)

If you would like to receive the NHIPM Newsletter, click on the blue button below. You will be taken to the Cooperative Extension Newsletter page where you can enter your contact information. After submitting this, you will receive a welcome email. From here you can choose the NHIPM newsletter and any others you choose. 

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NH Vegetable and Fruit Growers' Listserv

Listservs are a way to exchange information quickly with other growers. We have established such a list to allow discussion about all issues and topics related to growing and marketing vegetable and fruit crops in New Hampshire.  This is a good way to find out whether other growers have a certain piece of equipment, to discuss planting challenges, and countless other topics. If you subscribe, you will be able to send email messages and receive messages sent to other members of the listserv.  

To subscribe, send an email to: Leave the subject line blank, and in the message, write “subscribe nh.veg.berry firstname lastname”. Note that you should replace firstname and lastname with your actual first and last names. If you have any trouble subscribing or using the listserv, please email the list owner.



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Consider signing up for other newsletters from neighboring states:

UMass Vegetable Notes Newsletter

UMass Berry Notes

VT Vegetable & Berry News