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To vote for a candidate you must be a resident of Niagara County and at least 18 years of age. To vote, visit CCE-Niagara on November 3rd between 4:00p.m.-6:00p.m. to fill out a ballot. If you are unable to make it during this time, please call Darlene at 433-8839 ext. 224 to arrange an earlier time to vote.
Sign Up for our Second Series of Homesteading Classes
The second series of homesteading classes consists of 8 classes to be held on Thursdays at 6 p.m, and will run from August 25th through December 1st. Read more here.
New Mobile Gardening Program to Launch in the City of Niagara Falls
Cornell Cooperative Extension (CCE) is pleased announce the May 26th launch of Grow on the Go, a mobile garden project based in Niagara Falls. The program will help Niagara Falls residents grow fruits and vegetables in an urban environment where there can be many challenges in maintaining a successful garden including apartment living with no greenspace, rental homes with limitations on yard space, lack of sunlight, lack of equipment, lack of previous experience or knowledge of gardening.
Read more here.
Enter our Logo Contest for the 2016 Niagara County Fair!
The 2016 Niagara County Fair Logo Contest is now open for youth ages 5 to 19, which will correspond with this year’s theme, “Once Upon a Time in Niagara — the Fairytale”.
A fairytale is a story about magical and imaginary beings and lands, and young artists should use their “special powers” to design a creative logo that ties in to the theme, which will be used for official Niagara County Fair merchandise and promotional materials.
To continue reading, or to see the logo contest rules, click here.
Western New York Food Enterprise Center
In the Fall of 2014, Cornell Cooperative Extension (CCE) of Niagara County was awarded federal funding under the Local Food Promotion Program of the Agricultural Marketing Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture to conduct a feasibility study for a food enterprise center.
The proposed facility will serve small and mid-size farmers who are looking to produce value-added products, food business entrepreneurs who want to develop new products for market, and will also be an outlet for community education. The center would potentially have a shared-use commercially licensed kitchen in which to prepare and package products. In addition, the center would be a resource center for farms and food business owners to access programs and services to support the growth of their business.
Read more, including survey results, here.
Thank you to everyone who has sent in their 2015 memberships and donations. We greatly appreciate your support. If you missed it, here is the letter that was mailed. You can make your donations by mail or securely through our website. Just click “PayNow”. Annual Appeal and Annual membership / Donation form
Thank you for Supporting Cornell Cooperative Extension, Niagara County
Cornell Cooperative Extension of Niagara County is a 501(c)(3), tax exempt organization with programming that benefits children, families, farmers, seniors and communities across Niagara County. Cornell Cooperative Extension is an employer and educator recognized for valuing AA/EEO, Protected Veterans, and Individuals with Disabilities and provides equal program and employment opportunities.
Private Rentals: Looking for a meeting room, conference space or even planning that special wedding or event?
Call Cornell Cooperative Extension to book a room today!
Storage: vehicles, boats, RV’s
Do you want to safely and securely store your motorcycle, RV, camper, boat, classic car and jet ski during the long winter months? Or maybe an extra vehicle and no where to park it?
Cornell Cooperative Extension has the perfect solution with inside and outside spaces to rent!