Nov 19th 5:-6:30 at the Columbia County Soil & Water Conservation District in Ghent, NY.
Our offices will be closed to the public until November 1st. Due to recent COVID-19 exposures, we think it’s prudent to take additional precautionary measures and temporarily close the offices to the public.
The Master Gardeners are now answering calls on Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings. You can call our office or leave a message at 518-828-3346 x212. You can also reach us anytime by emailing EXTfirstname.lastname@example.org. Please be patient as the we’re experiencing a high volume of calls and demand for soil pH testing.
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Also known as Alabama Jumper, Jersey Wriggler or Crazy Snake-Worm, this worm has the potential to alter the character, functionality, and make-up of our landscapes and forests.
An updated summary of Covid-19 resources researched by Cornell Cooperative Extension for Columbia and Greene Counties.
Cornell Cooperative Extension (CCE) of Columbia and Greene Counties (NY) offers 4-H and youth development programs including 4-H clubs, special interest groups, and school and community groups.
Shiitake mushrooms are one of the valuable crops that forest owners can cultivate in their woods, along with fruits, nuts, and berries.
Last updated October 25, 2021