Winter greens growing in a high tunnel

Join us on Saturday March 25th and learn how to grow vegetables in a high tunnel. We'll learn what varieties work best, how to provide nutrients and pest controls. Preference for spots is given to veterans.

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Shared roots

The Grapes Grow Sweet

Join us for the 2017 Ag Literacy Week - Monday March 20th -Friday March 24th! This year the book will focus on the grape industry in NYS. Students across Broome County will have this book read to them and then participate in a taste testing activity!

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Grapes

Seed Starting 101

Join us Sunday April 9th, 10-11am, and learn all you need to know to start your own garden vegetable or flower plants from seed indoors. Gain hands-on experience as you sow seeds in a six-pack container.

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Seed starting
Ag

Agriculture

Broome County’s diverse agricultural and horticulture industry encompasses over one-third of the county land mass with businesses in every town and municipality.

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Enviroment

Environment

CCE Broome County is your resource for information on recycling, composting, forest management and invasive species. We offer free programs to schools, youth organizations and adult groups.

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Parenting

Family & Parenting

Cornell Cooperative Extension of Broome County has a long history of offering strength based curriculum and trainings focused on strong families in our community.

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Lily

Gardening

Our Home Gardening programs are designed to increase the homeowner’s ability to solve horticulture problems and develop an appreciation of natural resources.

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Nutrition

Nutrition

Our nutrition programs are designed to educate participants the knowledge, skills, attitudes, and behaviors necessary to improve their overall diet and nutritional well-being.

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4h

4-H Youth Programs

4-H Youth Development creates opportunities for youth to develop skills, practical knowledge, and wisdom through observing, doing, and reflecting on experiences.

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Last updated March 8, 2017