Career Opportunities

Our workplace embraces diversity and promotes teamwork in an atmosphere that encourages health and wellness. Click here to explore the opportunities!

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Find out more about the work of Extension by signing up for more information about local foods, 4-H Camp Wabasso, and/or any of our free local electronic newsletters!

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Cornell Cooperative Extension of Jefferson County puts a wealth of useful, research-based information at your finger tips!

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 start an organic garden to canning and parenting to youth development. Explore our links, check out our upcoming events, then give us a call to learn more! We're here to help, with information -- and people -- you can trust!

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Parenting After Separation or Divorce

Learn the skills needed to successfully co-parent your children after a separation or divorce. Call 315-788-8450 to register.

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The Middle Years

This fun and interactive six-week workshop is designed to explain the best practices in child development and parenting to caregivers of children 5-10 years old. ​

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Starting a Value-Added Business

Are you interested in starting a value-added business? Join us for this workshop!

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New York State Grown & Certified Producers Grant Program

The regional New York State Grown & Certified Agriculture Producer’s Grant program will help North Country producers meet the food safety standards necessary for participation in the New York State Grown & Certified program.

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Teen Council

Jefferson County 4-H is looking for teens who want to develop 4-H programs, participate in community service, develop leadership skills, and more!

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Dear Aggie

Find answers to common agricultural questions from Dear Aggie.

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Last updated November 16, 2018