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UNH and New Hampshire Brewers Association host the first annual NH Craft Brewers Conference

With steady growth every year, the craft beer industry is becoming an economic driver than cannot be ignored. To give our state’s young and entrepreneurial students an opportunity to explore this industry, UNH has added a new brewing science minor in the College of Life Sciences and Agriculture. I know what you’re thinking: every college […]

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Something for Everyone at Edward MacDowell Lake

With major excavation underway at our building, I’ve started looking for some new quiet places nearby where I can take a quick break and enjoy some peace and quiet. Just five minutes from downtown Peterborough, Edward MacDowell Lake has quickly become my favorite spot. The MacDowell Dam was built between 1948-1950 for flood protection, and […]

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Recent Environmental Headlines Bring Kuster to Peterborough

Over the last week, proposed budget cuts to the Environmental Protection Agency and President Trump’s decision to withdraw the United States from the Paris Climate Agreement have dominated the headlines. On Monday, June 5th, Peterborough welcomed Congresswoman Annie Kuster to Town Hall to lead a conversation about New Hampshire’s energy future. After moving the unexpectedly […]

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Community Conversations: Stories from Monadnock Young Adults

Once a month, The Monadnock Center for History and Culture and the Monadnock Ledger-Transcript partner to host a Community Conversation in Peterborough’s beautiful Bass Hall. Designed to bring different segments of the population together in discussion, each Conversation highlights an issue impacting the region. After a panel of local experts speak, the floor is opened […]