• CCE extension educator Kevin Ganoe, left, inspects a barley field with grower Corey Mosher.
    With new barley variety, Cornell leads way for brewers

    Cornell researchers have just released a new variety of New York-adapted spring barley, to meet needs created by a 2012 Farm Brewery Bill that expects New York’s craft brewers to steadily increase the amount of state-sourced ingredients used in their beer.

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  • Keith Tidball, Cornell Cooperative Extension assistant director, chats with podcast hosts Katie Baildon and Paul Treadwell for the latest episode of “Extension Out Loud.”
    CCE podcast helps NYS communities meet challenges

    With ice thaws threatening Lake Ontario shorelines and the statewide threat from the novel coronavirus, Cornell Cooperative Extension (CCE) Assistant Director Keith Tidball is spending this spring on the front lines helping New York state communities overcome challenging situations.

    Read moreR.J. Anderson/Cornell Cooperative Extension
  • From left, Betsy Brightly, Caroline Boutard-Hunt, an agricultural educator at CCE’s Yates County office, and Dean Brightly.
    CCE educators help farmers meet new produce safety codes

    Trained CCE extension agents teamed with New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets (NYSDAM) personnel across the state offer free and confidential on-farm readiness reviews. Agents walk through a farm and provide a wholistic assessment to insure that farmers can meet the new standards.

    Read moreR.J. Anderson/Cornell University
  • Adam Hughes
    CCE’s Adam Hughes named to ECOP Health and Well-being group

    Cornell Cooperative Extension (CCE) Director Chris Watkins has named State Extension Specialist Adam Hughes to represent CCE on a new Association of Public and Land-grant Universities (APLU) group that will enhance strategy development for work related to health and well-being.

    Read moreR.J. Anderson/Cornell Cooperative Extension

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