August 7th Seminar on Farm Accounting and Taxes presented by a CPA

The Small and Beginner Farmers of Strafford and Rockingham Counties are hosting a FREE Farm Accounting Seminar  at 6pm on  August 7th, 2014 at the Strafford County Conservation District Office in Dover.

August 7 2014 Meeting Notice SBFNH for more information.

Please RSVP to  Damon Burt: dburt@fragglerockfarm.net. Please include any questions you may have for the CPA so he can prepare for them.

Pizza is provided but please bring your own water/soda/tea.

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Soil health trip to the Dakotas

Soil Health Trip to the Dakotas to see new information about advances soil quality, crop production and ways to minimize soil and water pollution from agriculture.

Click here for more information: Dakota brochure

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Request for Quotation

Click the link below for more information and Bid Documents:

RFQ Water quality 319 PRB

Reactive Barrier Technology at a site in Rockingham and Strafford County, New Hampshire under the Great Bay Watershed Management Implementation Plan.  The project is funded through the Clean Water Act, Section 319 for non-point source pollution control.  A portion of the project includes sampling and analysis of groundwater and surface water to determine pre- and post- removal nitrogen concentrations and related water quality characteristics.

RCCD requests quotations for laboratory services to complete this three-year project.  A table listing parameters, methods and sample quantities is listed below.  Please provide unit costs for the analyses in the tables provided and complete the bid form with company and contact information.  Please also see the list of certifications requiring notarization.

 

Laboratories must maintain laboratory certification in the State of New Hampshire for the procedures requested.  A copy of the certification will be included with the bid document.

 

Laboratories will provide all bottles, labels and chain of custody documents for sampling.  Please include a description of bottle request procedures, delivery and pickup services and any associated costs for these items.

 

Laboratories will provide electronic and paper copies of the analytical reports within 10 business days of sample delivery.

 

The selected laboratory will also be asked to provide Standard Operating Procedures and Quality Assurance/Quality Control procedures for inclusion in the project QAPP within two weeks of notification of selection.

 

For questions on this RFQ please contact:

 

Vicky Stafford, Rockingham County Conservation District, natsci@rockinghamccd.org, (603) 679-2790 x. 16

Danna Truslow, Project Manager

danna@truslowrc.com 603-766-6670

 

Please submit the signed and completed form with any supporting documents to the contacts listed above by April 25, 2014.

 

 

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Climate Summit III

The 2014 Coastal New Hampshire  Climate Summit III

Collaborating for Solutions: Choices Ahead

Location: Hugh Gregg Coastal Conservation Center and the Great Bay Discovery Center

Brought to you by: The Great Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve, the New Hampshire Coastal Adaptation Workgroup, and the NERRS Science Collaborative.

What is it: An annual discussion and collaborative forum among scientist, agencies, municipal leaders, watershed organizations and citizens concerned about the impacts of climate change in coastal New Hampshire.

Register Here:  https://www.events.unh.edu/RegistrationForm.pm?event_id=16295

 

 

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Spotted Winged Drosophila Workshop Thursday, April 10

On Thursday, April 10, from 10:30 – 3:30 at the New Community Center, in
Claremont, NH, UVM and UNH are offering a hands-on workshop to build your
skills to implement new management practices on your farm for Spotted Winged Drosophila  management.  This workshop brings specialists from in and outside the region to
share important up-to-date, new information! There are sessions on
monitoring, cultural control and organic and conventional spray options for
SWD in small fruit.

These workshops are for small fruit growers and those
who teach or work with these growers. Hannah Burrack, North Carolina State
University will present information on SDW control. Vern Grubinger, UVM,
will talk about netting, George Hamilton, UNH will discuss cultural
practices and spray methods and Alan Eaton, UNH & Margaret Skinner, UVM
will demonstrate trapping methods and adult ID. Preregistration is
required! Sign up today. 5 pesticide credits will be awarded to attendees.

For more information, contact Cheryl Sullivan, 802-656-5434, (cfrasnk@uvm.edu) or
find registration form at http://www.uvm.edu/~entlab/

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Seacoast Farmland Access Info Night & Farmer Mixer March 28, 2014

If you’re interested in buying or leasing farmland, have questions, feel stuck in the process, or want to meet and make connections with other farmers and farm advisors in your area, this gathering is for you!

You will learn about:
  • Finding and evaluating farmland
  • Purchase, lease and financing options
  • Leasing or taking over a retiring farmer’s operation
  • Expanding your network for increased knowledge, connection and profit

Following the Land Access Info Session is a Seacoast Farmer Mixer at the brewery, featuring locally catered food, live music, and of course, fresh-brewed Smuttynose beer. Let’s get together, talk shop, network, share ideas, and dance!

To learn more and register:  www.landforgood.org/RSVP.

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RCCD 2013 Annual Report

Find out more about the projects and activities of the Rockingham County Conservation District in our 2013 Annual Report

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