Get the facts on Lyme disease and its prevalence in NY State, other tick-borne diseases, how to remove ticks, and options for tick management including IPM.
It is harvest time in New York and the produce is beautiful and plentiful, but what do you do with it all? Nothing beats enjoying it fresh from the garden or field, but preservation is a viable alternative for the surplus
Please join us for our annual meeting at 6PM to recognize volunteers, staff and supporters. The meeting will include a brief recap of our activities during the year, election of officers, and light refreshments.
In addition to what you'll find here on our website, we offer free or low-cost workshops on topics that range from how to start an organic garden to making a home spending plan. Explore our links, check out our upcoming events, then give us a call or visit our offices to learn more. We're here to help, with information -- and people -- you can trust!
Clubs are just one aspect of our 4-H Program, but they're a popular and important one. Find out more about existing clubs in your area, what it takes to start a new 4-H Club, who can be a member or leader, and more!
Our Master Gardener Volunteers teach classes and workshops, provide information and soil pH testing at events, and answer gardening questions from callers.
It's a good idea to buy your wood at least one whole season ahead. Get tips on what to look for, how firewood is sold, and more useful information here.
The Agroforestry Resource Center is a regional center for education, demonstration and research with a focus on the benefits of woodlands to people, waterways and wildlife.
Switching from incandescent to compact fluorescent (CFL) bulbs can help cut home energy costs. CFLs last ten times longer than incandescent bulbs, and use less electricity.
Expertise from Cornell is available to local producers through regional teams that serve our area. Find out more about these teams, and other resources, here on our site.
Last updated October 2, 2017