CCE Monthly Newsletter February 2015 The content in this newsletter is provided for educational purposes only. All opinions expressed in articles are those of the author and do not reflect those of Cornell Cooperative Extension of St. Lawrence.
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We are currently hiring! This position is classified as an AGRICULTURE OUTREACH EDUCATOR for Cornell Cooperative Extension Association of St. Lawrence County.
Join in the Fun at the Cooperative Extension Break Specials!
Cornell Cooperative Ext. of St. Lawrence County is looking for youth ages 14 and 15 interested in participating in a Tractor and Machinery Safety Course in the spring of 2015. This 24-hour course includes farm and machinery safety- related topics.
Robotics is an ever-evolving field serving both practical and fun purposes. Robotics is used in medicine, by NASA, for education, in music and in industry. We offer robotics programming. Find out more...
Shooting Sports in Warren County is a special interest group for youth ages 12-19 interested in shooting sports activities, local history, and the conservation of natural resources.
Find food pantries, community meals, and programs like ESNY, WIC and Free/Reduced School Meals that can help feed your family.
Last updated March 31, 2015