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Participants Needed for Pasture Study

May 30, 2016

Steep land with rock outcroppings is not appropriate for tilled crops and machinery. These farms are using fencing and paddock rotation to feed their livestock efficiently. With proper fertilization, and liming, forage quality and density can be improved. But adequate grazing pressure is necessary to reduce wasted forage as the animals trample and pee and […]

Hazardous Household Products

May 27, 2016

Are there hazardous household products in your home? Visit the Healthy Homes Partnership for more information on keeping your home safe.

Survival Training for Commercial Fishermen

May 25, 2016

Nancy Balcom, Associate Director and Program Leader, Connecticut Sea Grant, and Senior Extension Educator, UConn Extension, organized and facilitated safety and survival training for 49 commercial fishermen. The training was sponsored by Connecticut Sea Grant, US Coast Guard, University of Connecticut and the Alaska Marine Safety Education Association on May 4, 2016 at the University […]

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