Information and Rules are now available! It is important for 4-H members to contact their leader no later than Wednesday December 27 with their order and for leaders to contact their area chairman no later than Wednesday January 3!
Come learn the basics of how high tunnels work to help grow crops throughout the year. We will focus on crops grown in the tunnels during the colder months.
Games, pizza and so much more! RSVP by December 20th!
We have re-booted the countywide Goat Club. The club is going to be meeting the first Tuesday of every month. Please contact Stephanie in the 4-H Office at 585-786-2251 for more information.
In addition to what you'll find here on our website, we offer free or low cost workshops on topics that range from gardening, beekeeping, and farming to 4-H and youth development. Explore our links, check out our upcoming events, then give us a call or visit our office to learn more. We're here to help, with information - and people - you can trust!
Our youth programming focuses on two main project areas, Animal Sciences and Family and Consumer Sciences.
Our Ag department provides a wealth of information and services for local homeowners, gardeners and farmers!
We are a group of passionate individuals who firmly believe in the quality of the programs that we offer and their importance to the vitality of the Wyoming County Community.
Ag In The Classroom focuses on educating students about agriculture and strengthening the their connection to the agriculture in their community.
The 2017 Eat Fresh Buy Local guide, featuring over 100 local producers, is now available online and in our CCE Office.
We are hiring! Learn more about our current job opportunities and how to apply. Contact the CCE-Wyoming office if you have any questions.
Last updated December 12, 2017