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Dr. Tatiana Stanton of Cornell University will discuss a research project on the effects of feeding Birdsfoot Trefoil to inhibit internal parasites in waned lambs and kids.
Bring the whole family! Children will enjoy activities while parents learn How to Effectively Communicate with Schools.
Pressure canning is the only way to preserve fresh, low acid foods, such as most vegetables, stews, stocks, meats, poultry, and seafood. This hands-on class will provide you with specific training so you can enjoy your fresh products year round.
We often hear conflicting information about Genetically Modified Foods, or GMOs. To help us understand this topic Cornell Plant Breeding expert Margaret Smith, PhD, will explain to the public what GMO’s are and how the technologies are applied.
Always wanted to try yoga? Now's your chance! This seven-week program will teach you basic stretching exercises to improve your balance and flexibility. Equipment is provided.
Are you looking for youth programming that is educational, dynamic, engaging, and innovative for your classroom, after school, evening, or weekend program? View our 4-H Programs listing to select from a variety of exciting programs.
Last updated August 27, 2015