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Student trims ears of Golden Retriever in Small Animal Grooming Lab, Spring 1999
Student Joanna Driscoll trims the ears of a Golden Retriever in Small Animal Grooming Lab, Spring 1999. Photo: Ron Bergeron / University of New Hampshire

Thompson School of Applied Science (University of New Hampshire)

The Thompson School has made a unique contribution to agriculture, forestry, and rural life in New Hampshire today and over the last century. It has trained thousands of young men and women in applied sciences such as dairy and livestock management, equine care and training, plant production, forestry, and farm business practices. Graduates own or are employed in hundreds of farm and forest enterprises throughout the state. The school's own archive of photographs and other materials are included in the project documentation.

Originally submitted by: Judd Gregg, Senator.



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