Our Mission: To improve the lives of New Yorkers through educational partnerships that put scholarship and local knowledge to work.
Since 1913, Cornell Cooperative Extension of Ulster County has shared research-based knowledge with the residents of Ulster County. CCEUC educators and trained volunteers work with youth, farmers, and county residents.
May 4 through 6 is the time to pick up your seedlings or other gardening items if you pre-ordered through our annual Seedling Sale to benefit the Master Gardener Program of Ulster County. Some items will be on-hand for purchase also.
Join us for the season opener of our Learning in the Garden Series, held the 3rd Saturday of each month at SUNY Ulster's Xeriscape Garden from May to October. Topics: composting, rain gardens, pollinators, invasive plant clean up and the Plant Sale.
This workshop is designed for food service managers and employees. Call now to reserve your spot in the next class!
Join CCE Ulster County Livestock Educator Jason Detzel for a class on Fecal Sampling for Small Ruminants (Sheep and Goats).
EFNEP is a free program designed to assist limited-resource families learn how to eat healthy meals on a budget, make better food choices, and increase physical activity, thereby improving nutritional well-being.
Last updated April 27, 2016