Please join Cornell Cooperative Extension of Schuyler County’s Annual Meeting. PIE TASTING**LOCAL FOODS**VOLUNTEER RECOGNITION Come celebrate Extension and all that Schuyler County has to offer.
Thank You!! The Cornell Cooperative Extension of Schuyler County Centennial Celebration was a success thanks to the many friends who came out to Logan Ridge this past Friday night and many generous sponsors for the event that are listed below. The event wouldn’t have been possible without the efforts of our staff and board members and the support from the community, for which we are tremendously grateful.
Our deepest appreciation goes out to the following sponsors:
Cargill Incorporated, Lakewood Vineyards, Parmenter Tire, US Salt, Silverline Construction, WalMart, Chateau LaFayette Reneau, Chemung Canal, Corning Enterprises, Harbor Hotel, Hunt Engineers, Harvest Cafe, Dennis Fagan, Jim and Barb Halpin Of Newtown Assoc., Famous Brands, Pine Meadow Farm, Tompkins Trust, Angus Glen Farm, Carl H. and M. Suzanne Blowers, Watkins Glen Chamber of Commerce, Community Bank, Farm Credit East, Hector Wine Company, Sawmill Creek, Schuyler County Farm Bureau, Schuyler Housing Opportunities Council, , Visions Federal Credit Union, Wegmans, Current and former Board members (James Preston, Paul Bursic, Lindsey Wickham, Michael Lausell, Steve Sierigk), EC Cooper Insurance, Sidle Insurance.
We would also like to thank the dozens of community businesses and individuals who donated items to our live and silent auctions. These include:
The Seneca Film Festival, Corning Museum of Glass, Hand and Foot Restaurant, Ms. Marcia Kasprzyk, Seneca Sol, Painted Bar Stables, Seneca Lake Wine Trail, Parmenter Motors, Thai Elephant Restaurant, Glen Theater, Southern Finger Lakes Equipment, Seneca Gun Sports, Tractor Supply, Sam’s Club, Summit to Stream Adventures, Atwater Vineyards, Hector Wine Company, Red Newt Cellars, Leidenfrost Vineyards, Damiani Wine Cellars, J.R. Dill Winery, Silver Spring Winery, Angus Glen Farm, Ryan William Vineyard at the Tasting Barn, Cayuta Sun Farm, Van Galder Family Farm, MaGuire Ford, Stonecat Restaurant, Blackberry Inn, SCOPE, Robert Trent Jones Golf Course, True Love, Watkins Glen School District, Pine Meadow Angus, Sears Arnot Mall, Arnot Teaching and Research Forest, Watkins Glen Lumber, Finger Lakes Distilling, Mr. Phil Barnes, Acorn Designs, Finger Lakes Harvest, Limbwalker Tree Care, Chicone Cabinetry.
The next 100 years promises to be even better, so keep an eye out on our website (www.cceschuyler.org) and follow us on Facebook. We have a number of exciting workshops coming up on topics such on forest resources, fruit tree management and cheesemaking you won’t want to miss. Also, our Annual fundraiser “Wines in the Valley” is happening this Friday night at Hidden Valley Camp. All proceeds go to our camp scholarship program. Details are available on our website. Please also join us at our annual meeting to be held at 6 PM Thursday, November 30 at Ryan William Vineyard Tasting Barn.
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 making a home spending plan. Explore our links, check out our upcoming events, then give us a call or visit the CCE-Schuyler Education Center in Montour Falls to learn more. We're here to help, with information -- and people -- you can trust!
Unlike most fuels, firewood can be stored indefinitely, safely and without degrading. Learn correct storage techniques here.
Find the first and last dates to plant seeds or set out transplants in our area, on this handy chart that you also can print out!
Solar Schuyler is a volunteer-based organization approved by NYSERDA to help homes and businesses get up to 20% cost reduction compared to Market pricing for solar power.
Just 1lb of ground meat feeds 8 people, with added beans and veggies, in these "Turkey Tacos" from Cooking Matters. Visit our "Recipes" page for this recipe and more!
The mission of Cornell Cooperative Extension 4-H Youth Development is to build youth and adult partnerships to enable youth to become fully engaged in their learning process. New York State 4-H is a leader in enabling youth to develop the knowledge,
CCESC asks for your support. Contributions are a vital part of our budget to ensure quality staff and programming. We have a history of regional collaboration, local impact and community-building.
Last updated October 16, 2017