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.
Read about "Watershed Detectives", 4-H Youth, and events in the August CURRENT.
Visit the barns and the livestock and check out the awesome creations of 4-H youth, on display in the Jane W. Barley Youth Building.
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.
We are offering free invasive species identification this year in partnership with the Catskill Regional Invasive Species Partnership (CRISP). Bring in your samples or email photos to us for a positive identification and recommendations.
Join the Master Gardeners at their award-winning Xeriscape Garden at SUNY Ulster for "Planting Pollinators", one of many FREE classes* in the “Learning in the Garden" series.
Last updated July 21, 2016