Gardening writer Homeyer wins award

 Henry Homeyer (left) accepts the award from Jayson McCarter, chairman of NH Farm, Forest & Garden Exposition.

Henry Homeyer (left) accepts the award from Jayson McCarter, chairman of NH Farm, Forest & Garden Exposition. Courtesy

Published: 05-22-2024 12:08 PM

Modified: 05-22-2024 1:37 PM


Garden writer Henry Homeyer was recently awarded the Fred E. Beane award by the directors of the New Hampshire Farm, Forest & Garden Expo in Deerfield, N.H. This award presented jointly with UNH Cooperative Extension and the Department of Agriculture, recognizes effective media coverage of agriculture/forestry and public issues affecting agriculture and forestry in New Hampshire. Henry Homeyer has been writing about gardening for more than 25 years, and is an ardent advocate of organic and sustainable practices.

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