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2020 Press Releases

December 2020

Holiday Greetings from the Chautauqua County Dairy Princess

Online Critical Calf Care Dairy Program Scheduled for Early 2021

Cornell Cooperative Extension Offers Virtual Core Pesticide Applicator Training

Safety for Supplementing Heat to Livestock on the Farm

Are Those Cows Cold?

November 2020

Preparing Poultry for Winter

Preparing for Dairy Calf Care in Winter

End-of-Season Combine Clean-Out Recommendations

Farmland: To Purchase or to Lease?

October 2020

4-H National STEM Challenge Announced

Soil Testing in the Fall – The First Step to Improving Soil Fertility for 2021

The Concord Vineyard Improvement Program Enters Year 3

Fall Lime Applications Can Help Improve Soils for the 2021 Growing Season

Online Dairy Feeder School in English and Spanish Scheduled for November 2020

Beef Quality Assurance Training Scheduled for October 24th

Chautauqua County 4-H Makes Donation to JCC Student Food Pantry

LEAF Junior Classes for November Announced

September 2020

Farm Succession Planning Assistance Offered Virtually

Virtual Maple Workshop Series - Register Now!

4-H Chicken BBQ Fundraiser Scheduled for October 9th and 10th

Second Round of Coronavirus Food Assistance Program for Farms Now Available

August 2020

Beef Farm Business Summary Helps Calculate Cost of Production

Using Cool-Season Annual Forages to Boost Feed Availability On-Farm

Chautauqua Grown Links Consumers to Local Foods

2020 Fall Pasture Management Series

Veraison to Harvest

New York State Forage Exchange Announced

July 2020

COVID-19 Supplies for Farmers Still Available

Telling the STORY of Real-World Science in Our Area

VIP & Empire Brands Opportunity Presented at LERGP Virtual Coffee Pot Meeting

Dairy Cattle Heat Stress Webinar Planned for July 21st and 22nd, 2020 in English and Spanish

Early Season Corn Diseases - Northern Corn Leaf Blight

56th Annual 4-H Meat Animal Sale a Success

June 2020

Master Gardeners Continue to Work with the COVID-19 Restrictions

June is Dairy Month!

Business Safety Plans Required for All Farms

Safety Plans Required for NY Farms

COVID-19 Supplies for Farmers Still Available

Cornell Cooperative Extension to Offer Pesticide Applicator Training

An Ode to the Chicken

May 2020

Farms Encouraged to Apply for EIDL

COVID-19 Supplies Available for Agricultural Producers

Grant Money Available for Eligible Concord Vineyards

Free Hand Sanitizer & Masks for Chautauqua County Farms

Free Dairy Processing Webinar Planned for May 21st, 2020

Volunteers Making A Difference During COVID

CCE Continues to Distribute Sanitizer & Masks

Nutrition Education Makes Virtual Leap

Chautauqua County Dairy Promotion Holds Virtual Pageant

4-H Plans for Virtual Shows, Meat Animal Sale

April

4-H Programming Goes Viral

Seed Imbibition How Warm Are Your Soils?

Spring 2020 Poultry Management Series: Small Flocks for Beginners

Ted Card Honored with the NY Beef Producers Association President's Award

LERGP Coffee Pot Meetings To Be Held Virtually

March 2020

Old Fashioned Soap Making

Introduction to Food Preservation: Homemade Jam

Is Agri-Tourism Right for You?

LERGP 2020 Winter Growers' Conference Rescheduled

Hydroponic Indoor Gardening

Local 4-H Youth Excel in Dairy Quiz Bowl

UPDATE - Master Gardeners to hold Core Training Classes

Virtual Office Hours for Questions from Grape Growers

Temporary Changes for the Master Gardener Help Desk

February 2020

Project Reporting Session Scheduled for LERGP

An Introduction to Growing Berries

Interpreting Soil Sample Reports

Making a Business Plan That Doesn't Sit On A Shelf

January 2020

2020 Western Southern Tier Produce Meeting

Grant Money for Concords

4-H Announces 8th Annual Green Tie Affair Fundraiser

Chautauqua Master Gardeners Begin the Years Programming

Master Gardeners to Hold Core Training

Contact

Kate Ewer
4-H Community Educator, Chautauqua Grown
kde32@cornell.edu
716-664-9502 ext. 212

Last updated January 4, 2021