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Date

December 31, 1969

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December 31, 1969




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Anna Wallis joins ENYCH as Tree Fruit Specialist

Hello! As the most recent addition to the Eastern New York Commercial Horticulture Program, I am thrilled to become a part of this team and of Cornell Cooperative Extension.

As regional fruit specialist I will be serving primarily the apple and grape growers of the northeast region of the state. I will be working out of the Clinton County CCE office in Plattsburgh, conveniently located near many of the farms I will frequent and the cold-hardy grape planting at the Willsboro farm.

I recently received my Masterís degree from the University of Maryland where I was involved in a number of horticultural projects and taught various plant science classes with my advisor Chris Walsh, Professor of Horticulture and a graduate of Cornell. I am excited to use my eclectic background to sustain and improve the apple and grape production in the area through the development of local programs and a strong collaboration with Cornell scientists.

In my first week, I have already been welcomed by many of you in the Plattsburgh area and in Ithaca. I am absolutely thrilled to be in the beautiful North Country, and part of such a wonderful community of farmers and educators. I look forward to meeting many more of you at upcoming programs and events. Please donít hesitate to contact me at 443-421-7970 or aew232@cornell.edu


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