New York state fruit and vegetables growers are getting together some loads of "hard" crops (apples, onions, cabbage, winter squash and anything else you think will last a week at room temperature) to send down to Texas, and likely, Florida.
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Nutrition Education and Community Outreach
In addition to what you find here on our website, we offer free or low-cost workshops on a variety of useful topics. Explore our links, check out our upcoming events, then call us or visit the CCE Ulster offices at 232 Plaza Road in Kingston to find out more. We're here to help with information, and people you can trust!
Learn about the Ashokan Watershed Stream Management Program, and how its partners work together to protect the health of our regional streams.
Can and take home a jar of delicious pear relish while you learn the boiling water bath method of preservation. This class is just one of many in the fall Kitchen Classes series.
Chop like a pro. Cut your cooking time in half. Learn how to bone a chicken. Take home your chopped vegetables and chicken ready to go in the pot. This class is just one of many in the fall Kitchen Classes series.
Join us for a valuable 3-class series for new and aspiring land owners and aspiring or beginning farmers. Topics include managing land, matching livestock to land; fruit and vegetable production; and livestock production for beginning farmers.
Have no fear! Come and learn this safe and reliable method of preserving. Take home a jar of what we can in class! This class is just one of many in the fall Kitchen Classes series.
CCEUC looks forward to the Ulster County Fair 2017
Last updated September 18, 2017