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Small Ruminant Parasite Control
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Small Ruminant Parasite Control

Thursday, June 29, 2017

Parasites are the most important limiting factor in small ruminant flocks. In this class Jason Detzel, our Livestock Educator, will discuss the lifecycle and biology of parasites affecting small ruminants and the many ways to treat them.A fecal egg count is a simple procedure you can perform at ...

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Field to Pint Tour
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Field to Pint Tour

Thursday, June 29, 2017

Harvest NY is excited to launch their inaugural New York Field to Pint Craft Brewery Tours, which will follow the lifecycle of a pint of locally brewed beer.  This tour, located in Washington County, is limited to just malting barley and hops growers, malsters and breweries.Visit fields of m...

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Making Paper from Invasive Plants
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Making Paper from Invasive Plants

Tuesday, July 11, 2017

In acknowledgment of New York Invasive Species week, July 9-15, our Community Horticulture Program is hosting this fun and informative class on making paper from both recycled and invasive plant material. We will first give a brief discussion on invasive plants in NYS. Then, the fun begins! E...

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Learn to Hatch Chickens
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Learn to Hatch Chickens

Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Join Livestock Educator, Jason Detzel, for a class on hatching chickens.  Hatching chicks can teach you and your family lessons that will last a lifetime!  In this course you will learn: The biology and process of hatching eggsHow to manage your chicks once they hatchThe best way to ha...

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 Building a Bug “Hotel”
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Building a Bug “Hotel”

Saturday, July 15, 2017

If you’ve never heard of a “bug hotel” we invite you to learn!  A bug hotel is part garden art and part winter habitat for beneficial insects, the garden army that helps to keep the bad bugs under control. If you are an organic gardener, then you'll want to be sure there's a place in your ...

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Owning Donkeys class
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Owning Donkeys class

Saturday, July 15, 2017

Donkeys are a member of the equine family, but are not just small horses with big ears— there are important differences in behavior and veterinary care.  Join CCE Ulster County and Steve Stiert, owner of Donkey Park, for a class on owning donkeys.  The class will be held at Donkey Par...

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ServSafe® Food Safety Manager Course
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ServSafe® Food Safety Manager Course

Monday, July 17, 2017

From outbreaks of E. coli and botulism to Hepatitis A and Norovirus, food borne illnesses cost the United States billions of dollars each year while the fiscal impact on commercial, non-profit and municipal enterprises can total thousands of dollars in addition to possible closure of the kitch...

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Kitchen Classes 2017
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Kitchen Classes 2017

Thursday, July 20, 2017

Want to enjoy your time in the kitchen? Just beginning to cook? Need some help to cook your favorite meals or expand your repertoire?Join Master Food Preserver, CCE Nutrition Educator, and professional cook of 25 years, Janie Greenwald in 2017 as she hosts Kitchen Classes designed to inc...

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Kitchen Classes 2017
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Kitchen Classes 2017

Thursday, July 27, 2017

Want to enjoy your time in the kitchen? Just beginning to cook? Need some help to cook your favorite meals or expand your repertoire?Join Master Food Preserver, CCE Nutrition Educator, and professional cook of 25 years, Janie Greenwald in 2017 as she hosts Kitchen Classes designed to inc...

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2017 Ulster County 4-H Fair
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2017 Ulster County 4-H Fair

Monday, July 31, 2017

Fair Books and Guidelines4-H Youth Building (Static) Fair Book 4-H Animal Science and Tractor Safety Fair Book - Revised 6/22/17Cloverbud_Guide  All 4-Hers ages 5-7 years as of Jan 1st 20172017- Animal Health Requirements from NYS Ag and Markets Fair Prep Newsletter Project Record- General r...

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ServSafe® Food Safety Manager Course
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ServSafe® Food Safety Manager Course

Monday, August 14, 2017

From outbreaks of E. coli and botulism to Hepatitis A and Norovirus, food borne illnesses cost the United States billions of dollars each year while the fiscal impact on commercial, non-profit and municipal enterprises can total thousands of dollars in addition to possible closure of the kitch...

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Wildlife Proofing your Garden
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Wildlife Proofing your Garden

Saturday, August 19, 2017

Learn how to deter wildlife from entering your garden. This class is a part of the FREE gardening classes hosted by the Master Gardener Program through their “Learning in the Garden" series.  Classes take place at the Master Gardener's award-winning Xeriscape garden at SUNY Ulster (491 Cotte...

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Kitchen Classes 2017
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Kitchen Classes 2017

Thursday, August 24, 2017

Want to enjoy your time in the kitchen? Just beginning to cook? Need some help to cook your favorite meals or expand your repertoire?Join Master Food Preserver, CCE Nutrition Educator, and professional cook of 25 years, Janie Greenwald in 2017 as she hosts Kitchen Classes designed to inc...

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Rotational Grazing Clinic
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Rotational Grazing Clinic

Friday, August 25, 2017

This two-day hands-on clinic  will provide you with the practical skills to implement a rotational grazing system on your property.  Rotational grazing can increase your profits by: Lowering your feed costsImproving your pasturesDecreasing farm laborProducing healthier animalsThe clini...

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Rotational Grazing Clinic
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Rotational Grazing Clinic

Saturday, August 26, 2017

This two-day hands-on clinic  will provide you with the practical skills to implement a rotational grazing system on your property.  Rotational grazing can increase your profits by: Lowering your feed costsImproving your pasturesDecreasing farm laborProducing healthier animalsThe clini...

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ServSafe® Food Safety Manager Course
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ServSafe® Food Safety Manager Course

Monday, September 11, 2017

From outbreaks of E. coli and botulism to Hepatitis A and Norovirus, food borne illnesses cost the United States billions of dollars each year while the fiscal impact on commercial, non-profit and municipal enterprises can total thousands of dollars in addition to possible closure of the kitch...

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Annual Master Gardener Plant Sale
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Annual Master Gardener Plant Sale

Saturday, September 16, 2017

Fall is the best time to plant perennials, trees and shrubs! The Master Gardener Program holds its 6th annual Plant Sale, a fundraiser for the program, and part of the Learning in the Garden series.The Plant Sale and all classes in the series take place at the Master Gardener's award-winning Xer...

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Putting your Tools Away, the Right Way
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Putting your Tools Away, the Right Way

Saturday, October 21, 2017

Gardeners use many tools and it's important to put them away the right way. Learn from one of our Master Gardeners how to put your tools away for the winter.  This class is one of the many in our "Learning in the Garden" series.  All classes in the series take place at the Master Garde...

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ServSafe® Food Safety Manager Course
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ServSafe® Food Safety Manager Course

Monday, October 23, 2017

From outbreaks of E. coli and botulism to Hepatitis A and Norovirus, food borne illnesses cost the United States billions of dollars each year while the fiscal impact on commercial, non-profit and municipal enterprises can total thousands of dollars in addition to possible closure of the kitch...

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ServSafe® Food Safety Manager Course
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ServSafe® Food Safety Manager Course

Monday, November 20, 2017

From outbreaks of E. coli and botulism to Hepatitis A and Norovirus, food borne illnesses cost the United States billions of dollars each year while the fiscal impact on commercial, non-profit and municipal enterprises can total thousands of dollars in addition to possible closure of the kitch...

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ServSafe® Food Safety Manager Course
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ServSafe® Food Safety Manager Course

Monday, December 18, 2017

From outbreaks of E. coli and botulism to Hepatitis A and Norovirus, food borne illnesses cost the United States billions of dollars each year while the fiscal impact on commercial, non-profit and municipal enterprises can total thousands of dollars in addition to possible closure of the kitch...

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