Join us on February 2nd to celebrate your 32nd event.
The social is THE event for the capital region horse community to get together and talk “horse”. Why not make it a night out for everyone at your barn, business or veterinary practice.
Whether you're preserving your own harvest or you've purchased locally grown fruits or vegetables, canning, freezing and drying can be effective ways to serve foods that taste harvest-fresh at a later date.
The Cornell Cooperative Extension educational system enables people to improve their lives and communities through partnerships that put experience and research knowledge to work.
The 4-H Cloverbud program is a special part of Cooperative Extension's 4-H Youth Development Program.
Into each life a little rain must fall...Where it goes once it has fallen is everybody’s business. Learm more about stormwater management here.
New York State 4-H Shooting Sports is part of the 4-H Natural Resources Program. Human growth and development is the primary goal of our programming.
The Capital / Mohawk PRISM, is hosted and coordinated by Cornell Cooperative Extension of Saratoga County, and is funded through New York State Environmental Protection Fund through the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation.
CCE Equine provides educational workshops and one-on-one visits with horse owner on topics, such as, horse health, pasture management, forage quality, business planning, marketing, and basic management practices.
The 3 day Master Food Preserver course is an intensive hands-on experience in most methods of home food preservation, including boiling water bath canning, pressure canning, making gelled products, pickling, drying and freezing.
Last updated January 14, 2019