On Tuesday January 19, Cornell Cooperative Extension of Ulster County (CCEUC) celebrated the graduation of 12 new Master Gardeners, increasing the active number of Master Gardener’s in Ulster County to 90 active volunteers.
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.
What will happen to your family farm business in the future? Join CCE Ulster County and area experts in estate law, retirement planning and farm business management for a 4 session workshop for farm women.
This workshop is designed for food service managers and employees. Call now to reserve your spot in the next class!
For farmers new to farm financial recordkeeping or to Quickbooks. This class will help you set up a bookkeeping system for your farm business. We will introduce bookkeeping using Quickbooks, but the concepts covered will apply to other systems.
Start the growing season off right this year! Attend one or all classes in this series covering: growing vegetables from seed, planting bulbs for summer, caring for houseplants during the winter and pruning grapes and berries.
Live Well Kingston is a city-endorsed coalition of organizations working to improve the environment, culture, and opportunities in Kingston, NY for residents to lead healthier lives. Live Well Kingston is currently coordinated by staff at CCEUC.
Last updated January 26, 2016