Gardening Helpline

Our Master Gardeners are ready to help you. Call today, or email mghelpline@cornell.edu.

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Flooding - Stay Informed

The latest information about flooding for farmers, businesses and homeowners.

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Duck Derby 2018

Get in on the fun! Sponsorships and adoptions are going on now. All profits go towards the building of the Education Center & 4-H Park.

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Due to the inclement weather predicted for March 21st, the stormwater class Adapting To A Changing Climate has been rescheduled to May 30th. The agenda and instructors will remain the same. If you are able to attend on May 30th, your registration will be automatically transferred. If you can’t attend that day, please call our office at 845-344-1234 and ask for Jill Van Aken to receive your full refund.

Our new Growing to Learn program provides FREE information and resources for all aspects of building and maintaining a School Garden Program! An Extension Master Gardener Volunteer will be assigned to assist in every step along the way! Click HERE for brochure.

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Film Screening: About the film: The child may not remember, but the body remembers.

See the documentary RESILIENCE. Discussion to follow, led by Tamaé Memole, Prevent Child Abuse NY and NYSPEP Steering Committee.

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4-H Geocache Hikes & Hunts

Join in the fun at any of four short hikes and geocache hunts. 4-H clubs and families are welcome.

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Let’s Talk About Cyberbullying

Cyberbullying is a real and growing problem for today’s youth (and even adults!) in our community. Please join us for a special Parenting Forum.

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FAB: Finding A Balance

Prevent Diabetes! Free 9 week series for parents and caregivers.

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Animal Fun Day

Learn about animals while having fun! Live animals and fun hands-on activities for all ages to enjoy. Open to the public.

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Advanced Leaf Casting

In this two part class, you will capture the artful ways of nature by casting leafy treasures in concrete. Finished sculptures can be used decorative garden accents, a surface for holding birdseed; or as a gift for a special friend.

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Last updated May 17, 2018