Help Cornell Cooperative Extension Orange County on Hudson Valley Gives day to “Build the Dream” in a 2 for 1 initiative!
To significantly increase its educational outreach, Cornell Cooperative Extension of Orange County's educators have embarked on “getting water to the barns” which will also feature a rain garden at the Education Center & 4-H Park in Otisville, New York.
With Master Gardener volunteer support, Cornell Cooperative Extension educators will create a demonstration rain garden that will showcase native plants and rain harvesting techniques in hopes to be in place by July for the 1 st Annual 4-H Fair & Family Festival.
Your financial support today will assist with the purchase of essential materials needed for the low maintenance, low cost rain garden featuring native plants as well as providing water to the barns on site.
Every dollar raised will be very much appreciated by the Master Gardener Program and 4-H Animal Science Programs so water pipes can be in place prior to the garden installation. Please make your tax deductible donation today. Thank you in advance for your generosity.
Cornell Cooperative Extension Orange County continues to raise funds for the Education Center & 4-H Park. The initial concept for the Education Center and 4-H Park was to build a safe and welcoming place to hold 4-H events and activities. It slowly grew into a comprehensive community development initiative. As construction moves forward, we are filled with optimism and positive outlook because the dream is taking shape in the form of a beautiful rural multipurpose facility.
For more information about the Education Center & 4-H Park and the education and programs that Cornell Cooperative Extension of Orange County offers please visit: http://cceorangecounty.org.
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Last updated May 4, 2019