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Smooth slender crabgrass, a plant known to exist only at Rock Rimmon Park in Manchester, has been officially declared globally extinct, the N.H...

The White House is launching a formal partnership with 11 East Coast governors to boost the growing offshore wind industry, a key element of...

I know you’ve missed Science Cafe New Hampshire in person, so here’s some good news: It is returning as part of Concord’s downtown Market Days! On...

Resurrecting a tree species is not for the impatient.It’s been more than two decades since I first encountered efforts in New Hampshire to bring...

If you’ve never seen – or heard of – the southern bog lemming, you’re not alone. Although this small mammal scurries through our landscape year...

As the United States belatedly gets on the electric-vehicle bandwagon and people everywhere are scrambling to find cars on dealers’ lots, would-be...

Eating everything it can find, the spongy moth caterpillar – formerly known as the gypsy moth caterpillar – may not notice the defoliation it’s...

It’s a sad reality that most wildlife projects for citizen scientists are created to quantify bad news, usually by counting the shrinking numbers...

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