Come join us and enjoy the many faces of agriculture represented from throughout the county. Sample local products as appetizers before enjoying an expertly catered meal prepared from food produced in Allegany County.
Cornell Cooperative Extension and Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics & Management at Cornell University are offering a hands-on workshop to prepare farms in New York, both beginning and experienced, to enter new markets using agri-tourism.
Join Colleen Cavagna as she walks through the process for making Kombcha tea at home!
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 Cooperative Extension Education Centers to learn more. We're here to help, with information -- and people -- you can trust!
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.
Its almost time to harvest garlic – but what are those crazy looking curley-Q’s on the garlic plants ? ? ? They are garlic scapes, the "flower stalks"
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.
In order to enroll, youth must be 8 – 19 years old in the current calendar year. We also offer a program called Cloverbuds for youth who are 5-7 years old. 4-H is open to everyone regardless of race, religion, color, sex or place of residence.
Find resources from Cornell and elsewhere on sheet and goat management, as well as 4-H programs on these species.
Farm Safety is a priority for us. Visit our Farm Safety page for more information and resources.
Last updated September 13, 2017