CCE News and Features
For three days in Ithaca in August, 10 cheese judges gathered at Cornell’s Stocking Hall to discern, savor and taste 230 cheeses.
Cornell’s New York State Agricultural Experiment Station in Geneva, New York, will host the Agricultural Resiliency Summit on September 10.
... the participating Cornell Cooperative Extension Associations of Chautauqua, Erie, Niagara and Cattaraugus Counties in New York and Erie
To help meet growing demand for qualified agricultural educators, Cornell and Ithaca College will offer new degree program.
Two grants fund a collaboration with CCE Jefferson and Orange counties to test models combining education with worksite wellness policies.
Schools around the country have begun offering new programs to help stem a rise adolescent self-injury.
Working with American Farmland Trust, CaRDI and LEAD-NY are launching the Local Agriculture and Land Use Leadership Institute.
Around 700 acres of blueberries were harvested across the state last year.
During an Aug. 3 visit to downtown Ithaca, U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand brought a message of both congratulations and continued commitment t
... back to the world she so lovingly belonged to as a girl through a new job now as 4-H program assistant through the Cornell Cooperative E
4-H members from 40 counties across the state experienced life on an Ivy League campus while attending ...
Cornell students tackle challenges all around the state each summer through CCE internships. Faculty and...
In 2014, Chris Watkins, the Herman M. Cohn Professor of Horticulture became CCE's new director, overseeing...
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