Eastern New York Commercial Horticulture Enrollment

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  • Food Safety
  • Variety Evaluation
  • Market Development
  • Pest Management
  • Cultural Practices

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  • Educational Meetings & Conferences
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Rutabaga

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Upcoming Events

ENYCHP Canada Farm Tour

Event Offers DEC Credits

June 28, 2016
6:00am-9:30PM

Please join us for an educational bus tour of several Canadian farms in Quebec
Departure
: 6:00am from Albany, NY *Pick-up stops will be planned for Saratoga, Glens Falls & Plattsburgh as needed
Return: 9:00-9:30pm Arrive in back in Albany, NY
Cost: $75 (includes bus fare, lunch and a light dinner)
Stops: Sherrington, St. Clotride & Napierville Region of Quebec

All those attending must have a valid passport or enhanced drivers license

Please Contact Amy Ivy, with any questions: 518-561-7450, adi2@cornell.edu

Registration and Payment due by Monday, May 23rd contact: Abby Henderson: (518)746-2553

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Farm Business and Marketing Workshop Series

February 29, 2016 : Session #1 Building Resilience into your Farm Business Plan

March 15, 2016 : Session #2 Breaking into Wholesale Marketing

September 1, 2016 : Session #3

Peer to peer classes for farmers who want to strengthen and expand their business
This three-part series is designed to bring farmers together to share experiences and ideas.Your participation, discussions and experiences will help shape each session. The mission of the peer to peer network is to strengthen the future of our local agricultural economy by fostering connections and support between farmers. Sessions 1 & 2 will feature local food prepared by the SUNY Adirondack Culinary Arts students.

Cost:
$35 per person for the full series, $20 per person if you would like to attend just one of the sessions. Add $5 per session for additional guests from the same farm. Session #3 is free.

We do not want cost to be a barrier and scholarships are available through the SUNY Adirondack Sustainable Agriculture Fund, administered through the SUNY Adirondack Foundation. Please contact Jared Woodcock at woodcockj@sunyacc.edu for more information regarding scholarships

Pres-registration through the Office of Continuing Education
is required. Phone: (518) 743-2238 | Fax: (518) 743-2318 | sunyacc.edu/ContinuingEd

 


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Announcements

Farmers Markets & Agricultural Supplies Lists

Updated lists of eastern New York farmers markets and agricultural supplies providers are now listed in the business section of our webpage. Check them out to learn about what is available in your region of New York!

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Pesticide and Chemical Disposal Notice

CLEANSWEEPNY is a NYSDEC environmental benefit project that provides for the environmentally safe and economic collection and disposal of unwanted or unusable pesticides, school chemicals, golf course chemicals, and elemental mercury and mercury-containing devices (e.g. manometers and thermometers), as well as other waste chemicals. CleanSweepNY also collects and recycles triple-rinsed HDPE plastic containers from agricultural and certain non-agricultural entities.

A SPRING 2016 CLEANSWEEPNY collection will target . Clinton, Essex, Franklin, Fulton, Hamilton, Saratoga, Warren and Washington Counties. Holders of pesticides and chemical materials who are located in other counties may also participate but onsite services cannot be provided.

The collection dates and locations are as follows:

Wednesday May 4th, Plattsburgh, NY

Thursday May 5th, Hudson Falls, NY


Specific collection locations will be available upon registration or by contacting CleanSweepNY staff by phone at 877-793-3769 or by e-mail at info@cleansweepny.org

ACCEPTED FREE OF CHARGE
CleanSweepNY Services are NOT Available to Homeowners

PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED TO PARTICIPATE IN CLEANSWEEPNY.
Requesting a registration packet is easy and can be done by calling 1-877-793-3769 or by e-mail to info@cleansweepny.org NOTE: Information received by CleanSweepNY is kept confidential and the registration deadline is April 15, 2016.
There is NO enforcement potential for any product turned in as part of this collection project. NO enforcement has been taken on any of the 2,524 registered participants in 19 CleanSweepNY events.

Please participate and help us to properly manage unwanted pesticides and chemicals in NY State!



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