The PLANET GRANITE initiative focuses on raising awareness, presenting possible solutions, and highlighting activities that advance sustainability practices.
Mr. Fox Composting shows the steps they take to make compost from your door to dirt.
Flag Hill Distillery and Winery of Lee produces some of the best wine and spirits in NH.
A New Hampshire Brewery is creating an experience of farm-to table- to pint.
Located directly on Hampton Beach, the Blue Ocean Discovery Center welcomes all.
Watch how a local cafe is changing the standard for restaurant sustainability.
See how this group of students are helping UNH become one of the most sustainable schools
Not just farm to table - one NH restaurant is going above and beyond.
A NH carpenter creates new products by bringing reclaimed wood back to life.
Agricultural Engineering Professor Todd Guerdatand and his colleagues.
A beekeeper demonstrates how our fear of bees is affecting horticulture.
Volunteers show how NH beaches can be improved.
See how a thriving bee population improves crop production.
Oysters are a part of the Great Bay ecosystem, and are even being farmed.
Kiwis grown in NH are showing promise as a regional crop.
Mowing a meadow has an impact on its ecosystem.
Finding out if your water supply is contaminated is simple.
Paul Susca, employee of the Department of Environmental Services.
An electric vehicle charging station!
The White Mountain School installed a solar array on the roof of its Houghton Arts Center.
Thrift shops not only save shoppers money, they also reduce waste.
Coca-Cola of Northern New England recycles plastic containers for a good cause.
Have you ever wondered what becomes of the plastic in your recycling box?
Trash 2 Treasure is the first student-led, self-sustaining campus waste reduction program.
Foss Manufacturing of Hampton makes fabrics for seasonal carpets, automobiles, and more!
Foss Manufacturing of Hampton does something interesting with plastic water bottles.
What students are learning about sustainable agriculture.
What students are learning about growing local.
What students are learning about water conservation.
Giff Burnap, owner of Butternut Farm and a UNH graduate.
Doug Cole, owner of D.S. Cole Growers and a UNH graduate.