In partnership with CCE and county Soil and Water Conservation offices, the Development Authority of the North Country has launched the regional New York State Grown & Certified Agriculture Producer’s Grant program to help North Country producers.
Preservation workshop inspired by seasonal bounty of the North Country.
Untreated, alfalfa snout beetle is costing Northern New York farmers with 100-cow dairies between $30,000 to $60,000 per year every year, depending on the size of the pest infestation and the speed of alfalfa stand loss.
This position will serve as the Local Foods Marketing Coordinator for Cornell Cooperative Extension Association of St. Lawrence County and will provide program coordination and support for the agriculture, local foods and Harvest Kitchen programs.
Join 4-H Staff to learn about basic care for your feline. Event open to youth ages 5-18.
By Paul Hetzler, Horticulture & Natural Resource Educator
Learn about the different types of worms, the different types of de-wormers, how to use the de-wormers strategically to avoid building up resistance in the parasites at your farm. This class is a must for beginner sheep and goat farmers!
Last updated June 15, 2018