What is Agricultural Literacy Week (ALW)? In celebration of New York agriculture, volunteers throughout the state read a book with an agricultural theme to second graders.
There’s Still Time to Respond to the 2017 Census of Agriculture: USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) needs a Census of Agriculture response from ALL the nation’s producers.
Farmers and farm families are faced with a variety of stressors on a daily basis. Learning to manage feelings and behaviors during hectic times takes time, practice, and help from a professional.
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!
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.
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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.
Ticks have eight legs! There are all kinds of ticks: American dog ticks, brown dog ticks, Lone Star ticks, deer ticks and this list goes on!
Find resources from Cornell and elsewhere on sheet and goat management, as well as 4-H programs on these species.
The 4-H Dairy project offers year-round events and activities for youth. You don't need to own dairy animals or live on a farm to participate. Below are some of the opportunities.
Last updated March 14, 2018