Nearly 380 middle and high school students from 42 New York counties streamed across campus June 28-30 to launch rockets, dissect mouse embryos, calibrate watershed models, program robots and learn what it takes to create a sustainable future.
In 2013, the CCE Orleans Board of Directors set a goal of transforming the 40-year old Trolley Building kitchen into a modern, commercial grade teaching kitchen. Three years later...
On 4-H National Youth Science Day Oct. 5, young people nationwide will undertake an interactive engineering design challenge created by Cornell Cooperative Extension and the National 4-H Council.
In advance of the June 25th opening of the new Broome County Regional Farmers Market, Cornell Cooperative Extension of Broome County recently hosted a ribbon cutting at the new facility.
The sixth annual Youth Development Research Update brought together Cornell Cooperative Extension educators and program leaders, youth service providers from community agencies and Cornell faculty members from across campus to explore ongoing research and the potential for collaboration.
With consumer interest in the production and availability of locally sourced meat at an all-time high, CCE's Harvest New York partnered with SUNY Cobleskill to provide a unique beef cutting and marketing seminar that drew attendees from seven counties across the state.
Kate Supron has begun a joint position at Engaged Cornell and Cornell Cooperative Extension (CCE) designed to increase opportunities for community-engaged research, learning, and service projects.
Home to rich soil, a large dairy presence and determined crop producers, New York’s North Country also has more square miles than the entire state of Vermont and faces unique agribusiness challenges. Helping farmers navigate those issues is new regional agriculture team fueled by Cornell University research and resources.
Farm Ops, an initiative from the Cornell Small Farm Program, is the first of its kind in the country to give returning veterans the opportunity to learn agriculture via their G.I. Bill benefits.
A recent CaRDI roundtable focused on health challenges in rural communities across New York state and the potential to enhance the impacts of school-based health clinics on community health.
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