Learn how to improve the feeding process on their farm! Topics include rumen physiology, nutrition, basic bunk silo management, troubleshooting mixer wagons, and much more. Call Tatum at 315-788-8450 to register.
Children change so fast in the first four years! This six-session course will help you find successful ways to navigate through these challenging, yet rewarding, times.
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!
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!
If you are interested in hiking, outdoor survival skills, campfire cooking, or geocaching, then this club is the perfect fit! Join us on October 7 for a Cache In, Trash Out event. Open to all youth ages 8-18. Call 315-788-8450 to register.
Learn easy, healthy food swaps and food preparation skills while creating your own lunch at this free 4-H event open to all teens ages 13-18!
This year's 4-H National Youth Science Day challenge is to design and build a wearable fitness tracker, similar to a Fitbit, that tracks your heart rate, temperature, and how many steps you walk. For youth grades 4-8. Call 315-788-8450 to register.
Help us celebrate National 4-H Week by joining us for a 4-H Activity Sampler, including walking robots, galaxy slime, make and bake pumpkin granola bars, and 4-H dog activities. Open to all youth ages 6-16. Call 315-788-8450 for more information.
Walmart-Watertown: Healthy, affordable grocery tours for SNAP eligible adults 18+ years of age. Complete the tour to receive a free reusable shopping bag, $10.00 grocery store gift card, recipes, and tips on how to eat healthy on a budget.
Join us at our 2017 Annual Meeting. The evening will begin with hors d'oeuvres and voting for new board members followed by a brief meeting and buffet dinner. Keynote Speaker Dr. Karl Pillemer will present highlights from the Cornell Legacy Project.
Last updated September 19, 2017