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CCE prioritizes the health, safety, and well-being of the communities we serve and the staff who carry out our work. Given the uncertainty surrounding COVID-19 and after much consideration and conversation with the County Health Department, Cornell University, and Jamestown Community College, CCE Chautauqua leadership is making a few important decisions:
We understand this causes a great deal of inconveniences but people are the most important component to our work – whether staff, volunteers, board, or program participants. If possible, stay home and wash your hands often.
We encourage you to refer to the Cornell EDEN website http://eden.cce.cornell.edu/ for excellent resources and reliable links. Staff should also refer to the CCE staff site for resources. We appreciate your patience and understanding throughout this ever changing situation.
Join Molly Brown and Kate Ewer as they embark on a series highlighting best practices of traditional and hydroponic gardening.
Learn more about how to make masks for our community. Contact Lisette Cabrera for more questions.
This survey is designed for Agricultural Producers in Chautauqua County to request sanitizer and face masks (free of charge) for use in agricultural production and distr
To learn more about the SWNYDLFC Team or to request their services please visit https://swnydlfc.cce.cornell.edu/
What's the Coop - Brought to you by Cornell Cooperative Extension Chautauqua County. What's the Coop is a page dedicated to backyard chicken keeping.
Last updated May 12, 2020