Join Stoutridge Vineyard and the Chef's Consortium on October 2nd from 4-6pm for an evening of wine and food to benefit Cornell Cooperative Extension of Ulster County
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.
Cornell Cooperative Extension of Ulster County is partnering with the Chefs Consortium and Stoutridge Vineyard for an evening of local wine, local food, prepared by local chefs.
Are you a livestock owner who wants to increase your profits and improve the health of your animals? Rotational grazing can help your farm!!
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 "Invasive Plant Clean-up", one of many FREE classes* in the “Learning in the Garden" series.
Last updated August 29, 2016