Learning the production of garlic requires specific knowledge of the plant & the human interventions it requires. We will discuss all aspects of the plant and then walk through the life cycle from fall field preparation to post-season harvest.
Starting Jan 1, 2018 farm businesses in New York will be eligible to receive up to $5,000 tax credit annually for 25% of their food donation to a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, that includes a food bank, food pantry, soup kitchen or other emergency food site.
The 2017 Census of Agriculture will start in December. If you are a farm making at least $1000/year then you should be a part of the census! Click on the link so you'll get contacted to answer the census when it's released! Help agriculture count!
Broome County’s diverse agricultural and horticulture industry encompasses over one-third of the county land mass with businesses in every town and municipality.
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.
Cornell Cooperative Extension of Broome County has a long history of offering strength based curriculum and trainings focused on strong families in our community.
Our Home Gardening programs are designed to increase the homeowner’s ability to solve horticulture problems and develop an appreciation of natural resources.
Our nutrition programs are designed to educate participants the knowledge, skills, attitudes, and behaviors necessary to improve their overall diet and nutritional well-being.
4-H Youth Development creates opportunities for youth to develop skills, practical knowledge, and wisdom through observing, doing, and reflecting on experiences.
Last updated June 23, 2017