US DA, Department of Agriculture

Funding Organization

Awards Grant

  • 2018-19 NH Rural Technical Assistance
  • 2018-20 Crop Insurance and Risk Management Education for NH Farmers
  • A Multi-regional approach to balancing milk and forage quality tradeoffs in organic dairies
  • A Multidisciplinary Approach Toward Understanding and Limiting the Effects of Invasive Plants in Early-Successional Habitats
  • A Planning Network of Organic Farmers, Researchers, and dairy Processors to Optimize Productivity and Resiliency of Forage Production on Organic Dairy Farms
  • ACYL Modifications of Arabidopsis CPK2 Kinase
  • Acquisition of UHPLC-MS-MS Instrumentation to Strengthen Interdisciplinary Research on Biomolecules and Emerging Contaminants in Agroecosystems
  • Advancing the Development of Seed-Propagated Strawberry Varieties
  • Assessing Coarse Woody Material in Forest Ecosystems
  • Assisting Maple Syrup Producers to Comply with the Preventive Controls for Human Food Rule of FS
  • Assisting Organic Dairy Producers to Meet the Demands of New and Emerging Milk Markets
  • Benchmarks for Northeast High-Value Agricultural Sectors
  • Berry's Brook Restoration
  • CIG for Phragmites Management and Bio-Fuel Development
  • Calcium Oxalate Pools in Forest Soils
  • Carbon Controls on Nitrogen Retention by Forest Ecosystems
  • Carbon Stock Changes Forestry and Land-Use Change
  • Changing Homeowner's Lawn Care Behavior to Reduce Nutrient Losses in New England's Urbanizing Watershed
  • Cloning of Proteins that bind Calcium-Regulated Kinases
  • Collaborative Approach Sustainable Agriculture
  • Collaborative Research EaSM-3: Decadal Prediction of Sustainable Agriculture and Forest Management-Earth System Prediction Differs From Climate Prediction
  • Collateral Protection: Quantifying and Mitigating Impacts of Seed Treatments on Weeds and Their Natural Enemies
  • Community and Environment in Rural America (CERA)
  • Community and Forest: Linked Human-Ecosystem Respones to Natural Disturbances in Oregon
  • Comparative Microbial Genomics of Mastitis Pathogens and the Dairy Environment
  • Consequences of Globalized N Deposition
  • Developing Advanced Perennial Legume-Grass Mixtures Harvested as Stored Feeds to Improve herd Productivity and Mitigate Greenhouse Gas Emissions in Organic Dairies in the Northeast
  • Developing a Model of the Carbon Balance of Tropical Peatlands under Pressures from Land Use and Climate Change
  • Developing and testing a novel tap design for increasing sugarbush sap yields and sustainability through research, extension, and producer partnerships
  • Development and Application of a New Approach for Assessing Microbial Metabolism in Soils
  • Development and Optimization of EAB Adult Rearing and Ash Phloem Chemistry Sampling and Processing
  • Distance Learning and Telemedicine Grant 2020
  • Document Entire Community of Adult and Fledgling Shrubland-and Mature Forest-Nesting Songbirds
  • Economic Winter Cover Crops for Diversified Forage Systems: Demonstrating Alternative Crop Rotations for NH Dairy and Livestock Producers
  • Effects of Forest Harvesting Practices on Amphibians
  • Effects of Past and Projected Changes in Climate and Atmospheric Composition on Forest Ecosystems Across the Northeastern US: Model Development, Testing and Projections
  • Effects of Pesticide Seed Treatments on Soil Food Web Composition and Function in Agroecosystems
  • Efficient Sampling for Biosecurity Applications
  • Elucidation and Characterization of Frankia Signal Molecules in the Actinorhizal Symbiosis
  • Enhancement of Oyster Conservationist Program for Restoration of Oyster Populations in New Hampshire
  • Establishing Gene Editing in Genetically Intractable Microbes Involved in Plant-Microbe Interactions
  • Estimating Forest Structure and Change Using High Resolution Lidar
  • Evaluation of Methods for Establishment of Critical Early-Successional Habitats for New England Cottontail Rabbits
  • Examining the Effects of Emerald Ash Borer Density and Tree Condition on Rates of Parasitism by Native and Introduced Natural Enemies
  • Examining the Effects of Emerald Ash Borer Density and Tree Condition on Rates of Parasitism by Native and Introduced Natural Enemies
  • Expanding the Reach of New Hampshire's Food Safety Education and FSMA Programs to Include Value
  • Experimental Testing of Buffer Requirements for Amphibians
  • Exploration of Endogenous Frankia Strains in Egypt
  • Fire Management Options Controlling Woody Invasive Plant
  • Food Security
  • Forage Brassicas
  • Forest Management for Amphibians
  • Forest Pest Outreach 2019
  • Forest Pest Outreach 2020
  • Functional Diversity, Rehabilitation, and Ecosystem Service Resilience in the Northern Forest
  • Gene Transfer Methods For Frankia
  • Getting from here to there: Protecting and Promoting Ecosystem Services During the Conversion of Forests to Fields in New England
  • Greenhouse Gas Emissions in the Transition from Traditional to Organic Dairy Farming: An Education and Research Collaboration
  • Identification of Potential Signal Molecules in the Actionorhizal Symbiosis
  • Identifying Mechanical Control methods for the Non-Native Invasive Shrub Glossy Bucktorn (Rhamnus frangula)
  • Identifying Poor Quality Forest Stands and Demonstrating Rehabilitative Silviculture in NH
  • Identifying Ways to Reduce Agricultural GHG Emissions: A Multinational Modeling Approach to Optimize C and N Cycles Between Livestock and Cropping Systems
  • Infrastructure Investment & Rural Economic Development
  • Integrated Understanding of American Ash Resistance to the Emerald Ash Borer Across Tree Sizes
  • Integrated Understanding of Ash Resistance and Emamectin Benzoate
  • Intergrated Understanding of American Ash Resistance to the Emerald Ash Borer
  • Landowner Engagement Improves Eastern White Pine Resilience and Value in a Changing Environment
  • Linking Small Mammals and Mycorrhizal Fungi to Forest Regeneration
  • Long-Term Field Measurements on the Bartlett and Massabesic Experimental Forests
  • Market Feasibility Study for Cold Hardy Kiwifruit as a Novel High-Value, Direct Market Horticultural Crop for Northern NH Growers
  • Mechanisms for adaptation to climate in fungal forest pathogens
  • Microbial Contributions Carbon Sequestration No-Tilage
  • Microbial Ecophysiology as an Explanation for Observed Differences in Soil C Concentrations Between an Organic and Conventional Agricultural System
  • Model Calibration for Carbon change Estimation
  • Modeling Soil Moisture at the Watershed Scale Using in situ Networks
  • Molasses as an Alternative Energy Feed Source for Organic Dairies
  • Monitoring Productivity on Permanent Plots on the White Mountain National Forest
  • NERC Climate Variability Working Group
  • NRCS Agreement Forest Practices and Support 18-21
  • NRCS Turtle Monitoring and Conservation
  • New Hampshire Building Community Resilience
  • Nitrogen Synchrony at the Crop-Soil Interface: Optimizing Rootmicrobe Interactions to Minimize Environmental N Losses
  • Northeast 4-H Collaborative: Closing the GAP
  • Northeastern NACP Tier III Site: Scaling Field and Flux Measurements Using a Tiered RS Method
  • Northeastern States Research Cooperative 2009-2014
  • Optimized Management Strategies To Support Bioenergy Feedstock Yield And Ecosystem Services In
  • Optimizing Aquaponic Production Using and Integrated Systems Approach
  • Pesky Weeds and Patchy Resources: Understanding the Role of Soil Spatial Heterogeneity and Root Foraging in Mediating Interspecific Competition
  • Plant Exploration in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic Regions of the United States to Collect Historically-Disseminated Actinidia Arguta Germplasm for Crop Improvement
  • Quantifying Forest Carbon at the National Scale
  • Reproductive Success of Northern Goshawks
  • Request to Host a Borlaug Fellow From Senegal
  • Research and Extension Needs Assessment of the Organic Dairy Industry in the Northeast
  • Role of Motility and Other Signal Transduction Events in the Pathogenic and Symbiotic Life Stages of Photorhabdus
  • Sampling Coarse Woody Materials in Forest Ecosystems
  • Scenarios of Global Diets and the Impact on Land and Water Resources
  • Seed Grant: Relationship Between Ruminal Microbiome and Methane Emissions
  • SitS: FroSen: Novel soil frost sensing systems for tracking freeze -thaw cycles and their implications for ecosystem carbon and nutrient dynamics
  • Skin Structure & Pigment Defects in Summer Flounder
  • Structure-Based Discovery of Nematicides Targeting Phosphodiesterase Enzymes in Phytoparasitic Nematodes
  • Studio Soils: Integrating Soils and Climate Change Issues within a Student-Centered Active Learning Environment
  • Sustaining and Enhancing Local Agriculture in Rural Areas: Assessing Key Producer and Consumer Issues in Northern New England
  • The Economics and Spatial Ecology of Managing Invasive Plants in Forests with Heterogeneous Landownerships
  • Tradeoffs Between Soil Carbon Sequestration and Greenhouse Gas Emissions in Organic Pastures Under Management Intensive Grazing.
  • UNH Oyster Conservationist Program for 2009-2010
  • UNH Rural Distance-Learning Capacity Increase and TeleECHO Infrastructure Development
  • UNH Sept 2017-Aug 2020 NIFA USDA Pest Management Implementation Program
  • USDA Food Security, Food Assistance Participation, Among Transition Age Youth with Disabilities
  • USDA Great Bay Estuary Contirbution Agreement
  • Uncovering the Belowground Drivers of Weed-Crop Competition for Improved Weed Management
  • Understanding drought sensitivity in eastern U.S. forests to inform sustainable forest management practices
  • Using Groups to Reduce Invasive Plant Dominance in Naturally Regenerated New Hampshire Woodlots
  • Vesicle Development & Function in Frankia