High Tunnel Winter Greens Class

High Tunnel Winter Greens Class

AGRICULTURE

The Agriculture Program with the Land Grant College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at Cornell University is an important resource for Wyoming County and New York State. We provide resources and programming to face the needs of today and tomorrow’s farmer. We program through one-on-one meetings, articles, classes, newsletters and open meetings.

Our program areas are numerous and diverse, aiming to meet the needs and interest areas of our Wyoming County residents, gardeners, farmers and businesses.

Click on Focus Areas in the menu to view our program areas. 

If you can't find what you're looking for, give our office a call at 585-786-2251 or e-mail wyomingcountycce@cornell.edu.

If you are interested in viewing a brochure about the services offered through our Agriculture Program, please click here for more details.CCE_-_Wyoming_-_AG_Brochure_2018_FINAL_PDF.pdf

   

If you are interested in enrolling with our Agriculture Department, you can enroll two ways:

Online using this link:  2018 Agriculture Program Enrollment

OR

click here for an enrollment card:  2018_Ag_enrollment_cards_-_single.pdf

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High Tunnel Winter Greens Production Class

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.

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Mushroom Workshop - Log-Grown Shiitake: Economics and Management for a Profitable Crop

Log-Grown Shiitake: Economics and Management for a Profitable Crop The cultivation of shiitake mushrooms offers farmers and woodlot owners a good opportunity to utilize their forested lands while turning a profit.

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2018 Ag Program Enrollment

Our program areas are numerous and diverse, aiming to meet the needs and interest areas of our Wyoming County residents, gardeners, farmers and businesses.

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Special Invitation for Women Farmland Owners

More than one million women now own or manage farmland across America with many of these women inheriting their land from their spouse or parents. Research shows that women landowners can benefit from learning about conservation practices.

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Last updated December 6, 2017