Agriculture has been a cornerstone of Cornell Cooperative Extension of Onondaga County since our founding in 1915. Today, agriculture is an important, $137 million engine in our local economy. CCE-Onondaga County is committed to keeping our agricultural industry growing and strong.
Recycling agricultural plastics is a big challenge for farmers and communities. Learn about Cornell's RAPP project and the "BigFoot Baler" here.
Visit our suggested links and fact sheets for information that can help your dairy run efficiently and stay profitable.
Is produce from your flooded garden still safe to eat? Find out more information on our site.
Farm Safety is a priority for us. Visit our Farm Safety page for more information and resources.
This publication from the Cornell Small Farms Program covers topics from rooftop agriculture to inner city community farms, from corn to chickens and everything in between!
Open burning is punishable by law and can lead to fines starting at $375, so be sure you know the law. Find regulations, and alternatives to burning, here.
Last updated March 7, 2015