Cornell Cooperative Extension of St. Lawrence County recently completed the construction of a commercial demonstration and teaching kitchen at the Extension Learning Farm in Canton.
What makes camp different each week is the amazing themes developed by our counselor program directors. Each program director decides a theme for the week, and plans the evening activity.
Growers are invited to join the discussion of on-going vegetable production projects including cherry tomato training and high tunnel production, leaf mold resistant variety trial, summer cover crops, and this year’s vegetable disease challenges.
School food service officials and school administrators from a number of schools in Jefferson and St. Lawrence counties met with approximately a half dozen growers last week to discuss the details of a farm-to-school pilot program.
The elder that arborists know best is the elderberry. Well actually there are two species, the “real” one, black elder, and the (fortunately) less-common red elder, whose toxic berries ripen in mid-June. “Red, you’re dead; black, you’re alright, Jack
Senator Patty Ritchie tours the Extension Learning Farm after announcing that the State budgets includes $200,000 of "seed money" for the Ag Studies Academy, a joint BOCES CCE program to start in September 2016.
The NY State Education Department has released the award recipients for the 2016-2021 Extended School Day/School Violence Prevention Grant.
Last updated July 27, 2016