The Agriculture Program through Cornell Cooperative Extension of Wyoming County has a lot to offer. Our program areas are numerous and diverse, aiming to meet the needs and interest areas of our Wyoming County residents, gardeners, farmers, business people and youth.
The list below outlines our main program areas. Click on the name of one of these programs areas to find out what we offer through that program area along with some current news about that topic. If you can't find what you're looking for, give our office a call at 585-786-2251 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our program areas are numerous and diverse, aiming to meet the needs and interest areas of our Wyoming County residents, gardeners, farmers and businesses.
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.
Cornell Cooperative Extension in collaboration with Marquart Repair will present a component ID class for information and education of farm and fleet owners, operators, and drivers.
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.
Last updated December 28, 2017