Telephone: (603) 353-4652

Grafton County Conservation District

The Grafton County Conservation District assists interested land users with technical, educational and financial conservation services to protect, improve and sustain our natural resources.


Grafton County Conservation District Supervisors meet the third Wednesday of the month at the Grafton County Complex, 3855 Dartmouth College Highway, North Haverhill.  Call Pam for the next meeting time.  (603) 353-4652, ext 103.

Supervisors Meeting will be held on Wednesday, July 15, 2020 at 9:00AM in the Basement Conference Room at the Grafton County Complex*, 3855 Dartmouth College Highway, North Haverhill

* For your safety there is a table with masks and hand sanitizer for your use inside the entrances to the County Administration Building. 

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Time: Jul 15, 2020 09:00 AM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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July 23, 2020, 1:00-2:30PM Exploring Winter Production in High Tunnels in the North Country Webinar Workshop  Grafton County Conservation District (GCCD) is excited to venture into the world of virtual webinars with assistance from Heather Bryant, NH Extension  Fruit and Vegetable Production Specialist, and Stacey Cooper, Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) Soil Conservationist.  On Thursday, July 23, 2020 we will offer a webinar Exploring Winter Production in High Tunnels in the North Country from 1:00-2:30PM.  The challenges of 2020 have generated new interest in locally grown food, and supporting local agriculture.  With a season-extending high tunnel many vegetables can be grown throughout the winter.  It all starts with good information and a good plan.  Heather and Stacey will discuss preparation, plant selection, starting seedlings, transplanting, row covers and tools.  Heather will share the results of an overwintering trial conducted in low tunnels.  We’ll have plenty of time for discussion, questions and where to find assistance.  Registration is required, please email Pam at: or call 603 353-4652, ext 103 and leave your email address for registration link, or register hereWorkshop handout here.