There is still room, and still time, to enroll in the Cornell Cooperative Extension Master Gardener Volunteer Training Program! The program starts in January 2019.
This program will introduce youth to basic archery skills such as stance, hook, and anchor points.
This program is primarily concerned with helping parents understand what their children are experiencing and how they can help them through the unique circumstances of divorce, separation or the end of a relationship involving children.
Cornell Cooperative Extension puts knowledge to work in pursuit of economic vitality, ecological sustainability and social well-being. We bring local experience and research based solutions together, helping New York State families and communities thrive in our rapidly changing world.
Interested in growing industrial hemp on your farm? Here are detailed resources compiled by Cornell on all aspects of industrial hemp culture in New York State.
Raising chickens for eggs has become popular in recent years. Here are our suggestions for how to get started, to keep your chicks safe, and more.
Linking extension educators, emergency managers, and community officials to enhance resilience and reduce the impact of disasters in New York communities.
Enjoy harvest fresh flavor and save money too, by safely canning, freezing and drying fresh foods. Find extension resources here on these topics.
This invasive pest alters the structure and chemistry of the soil, and can damage lawns, landscapes and even the forest understory habitat. Learn to identify them here.
Cauliflower Pizza Crust: A Gluten-free and Paleo Alternative!
Last updated October 16, 2018