Topics to be be covered include: Getting Started with Agritourism Visitor Expectations and Customer Relations for an Agritourism Destination Income Sources in Agritourism Agritourism Liability and Questions And more!
Classes being offered will include: Equine colic, horse training tips, west Nile virus, Potomac horse fever, goat breeding and safe kidding practices, harmful pasture plant identification, and more...
Bring an old wool sweater or any other well-loved sweater that is not cotton, and learn to turn something old into a beautiful, warm pair of mittens. Fleece lining, threads, needles, and other materials will be supplied.
In addition to what you'll find here on our website, we offer free or low-cost workshops on topics that range from how to make healthy food on a budget to starting a home vegetable garden. Explore our links, check out our upcoming events, then give us a call or visit the CCE-Franklin Education Center to learn more. We're here to help, with information -- and people -- you can trust!
January North Country Ag Advisor
Click here to explore all that CCE Franklin and Cornell University has to offer the local agriculture community.
Come to Office Hours! The Farm Business Management Specialist will be hosting regular "Office Hours" in each county! This gives farmers a chance to bring their questions on any of the following topics: Accounting Financial Statements Budgeting
4-H After school programs foster a unique combination of fun and learning that helps youth develop lifelong skills, such as leadership, critical thinking, and teamwork.
We have received a grant called Digital Ambassadors. The goal of this grant is to have our teens teach the adults of our community about computers, digital programs, and other technology.
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Last updated January 14, 2019