Since 1913, Cornell Cooperative Extension of Ulster County (CCEUC) has responded to the needs of local residents with unbiased, research-based information, tools and education that people have come to depend on and trust. Our programs are developed in direct response to community input, and are based on the most current information available from Cornell and other Land Grant universities from across the nation.
CCEUC is a 501(c)(3) non-profit educational organization and is part of the Cooperative Extension land grant system, a partnership between County, State, and Federal governments that is administered in New York State through Cornell University. Each county's Cooperative Extension association is independent and works to serve the needs of the county in which it is located.
CCEUC Programs offer classes for the public that are designed for all ages and all levels of skills and knowledge. A list of our upcoming classes can be found in the Events page.
Some classes, like ServSafe, a food safety class, are offered on an ongoing basis. Some occur annually, such as the Philadelphia Flower Show. Others, like Youth Tractor Safety, are offered annually or when there is interest from the community.
We strive to ensure that our programs are available to the community. If you need financial assistance to attend one of our programs, please contact our office (845) 340-3990.
We welcome your ideas and involvement in our efforts. If you are interested in how CCE Ulster sets policies and program priorities, or if you'd like more information on how to get involved, see the contact information for Program Leaders.
Read our latest issue of the 'Ulster Current', our quarterly newsletter.
Our Annual Report is now available! See all of the wonderful things that happened at CCE Ulster County throughout 2017.
New publication series in English, with Spanish translations, including detailed illustrations. The manuals are designed for worker training on proper pruning, harvest and sterilization methods.
This is one of several guides created for Berry and Grape Producers, with English and Spanish translations. Copies are available for purchase or view and print this low-resolution PDF version.
Last updated April 20, 2018