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farmers market

Oneida County Public Market Open Saturdays 9a-1p

Saturday, December 4, 2021

Buy fresh local foods from local farms at the farmer's market

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​Managing Milk Price Risk for Dairy Farmers:

Monday, December 6, 2021

Join us in person at the Oneida CCE office to view this on line presentation from CCE Albany County and the Capital Area Agriculture & Horticulture Program.Danielle Ricci with CropGrowers will be on hand to address questions related to DRP.Reservations are appreciated, please call 315.736.3394 ex...

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Designing your succession plan

​Design Your Succession Plan, “Empowering families to get started on their succession plan.”

Tuesday, December 7, 2021

How will your family farm operate in the future when the owner retires or is gone? Are you currently working with another generation who may be questioning their role in the future of the farm or are you yourself questioning your current role?More than 80% of farm families hope to pass the fam...

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Health and Safety for Child Care Directors

Wednesday, December 8, 2021

Health & Safety Competencies in Child Care for Day Care Center, School-Age Child Care and Enrolled Legally Exempt Group Directors$260 - YOU CAN APPLY FOR EIP! Click HereParticipants must attend all sessions to receive their certificate.  A minimum of six participants are required...

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PSA Training

Produce Safety Alliance Grower Training Course (online)

Wednesday, December 8, 2021

Please register at the link belowAgendaDay 1: Wednesday, Dec. 8th 12:00 PM Check In, Test Audio and Video12:30 PM Welcome, Orientation to Zoom, Introductions, and Course Expectations Elisabeth Hodgdon, CCE ENYCHP1:00 PM Module 1: Introduction to Produce SafetyChris Callahan, UVM Extension2...

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PSA Training

Produce Safety Alliance Grower Training Course (online)

Thursday, December 9, 2021

Please register at the link belowAgendaDay 1: Wednesday, Dec. 8th 12:00 PM Check In, Test Audio and Video12:30 PM Welcome, Orientation to Zoom, Introductions, and Course Expectations Elisabeth Hodgdon, CCE ENYCHP1:00 PM Module 1: Introduction to Produce SafetyChris Callahan, UVM Extension2...

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Barn Quilts

Barn Quilt Workshop

Saturday, December 11, 2021

Join us on Saturday, December 11th at the Oneida County Public Market at 10:00 am for our Holiday Barn Quilt workshop. Our resident quilter, Sara, will guide you through the creation of a 2’x2’ holiday-themed Barn quilt suitable for outdoor display. The perfect gift for that last person on...

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farmers market

Oneida County Public Market Open Saturdays 9a-1p

Saturday, December 11, 2021

Buy fresh local foods from local farms at the farmer's market

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Winter SHOP MEETING

Tuesday, December 14, 2021

December 14th 12:30 to 1:30pm Taylwind Farms CassvilleTopic: Lessons Learned from Implementing Robotic Milkers (AMU). Discussion on deciding when and if technology is a good fit for your dairy. LUNCH provided. Reservations are required by calling 315.736.3394 ext. 132 by 12/12/21.

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Designing your succession plan

​Design Your Succession Plan, “Empowering families to get started on their succession plan.”

Tuesday, December 14, 2021

How will your family farm operate in the future when the owner retires or is gone? Are you currently working with another generation who may be questioning their role in the future of the farm or are you yourself questioning your current role?More than 80% of farm families hope to pass the fam...

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Starting Your Own Child Care Program

Thursday, December 16, 2021

The Child Care Council is hosting online information sessions to help anyone who is interested in becoming a child care provider.  Information sessions will be open to anyone who is interested in starting a licensed child care program out of their home.  These sessions are free, however...

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CCE Board of Directors Meeting

CCE Board of Directors Meeting

Thursday, December 16, 2021

Meetings are open to the public. The next meeting of Cornell Cooperative Extension Oneida County Board of Directors will be virtual and has been rescheduled to will be held on Thursday, December 16th, at 6 pm.  More details to come.If you have questions please call 315-736-3394 and...

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farmers market

Oneida County Public Market Open Saturdays 9a-1p

Saturday, December 18, 2021

Buy fresh local foods from local farms at the farmer's market

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Crop Congress

Oneida County Crop Congress

Friday, January 7, 2022

Pre-Registration is Required by December 30, 2021CALL Danielle at 315-853-6151NYSDEC recertification credits est 1.5; CCA credits TBAPlease click here for the agenda

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Community Involved with Sustaining Agriculture

QuickBooks and Accounting for Farmers and Food Producers Tuesdays 9am-10:30am Jan 11 to Feb 15

Tuesday, January 11, 2022

This winter’s program on QuickBooks and basic farm accounting is a hybrid of self-directed learning, individual support, and remote classes with farm financial record keeping professionals. It is designed for farmers and local food producers who are either new to QuickBooks or need to improve the...

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Starting Your Own Child Care Program

Tuesday, January 11, 2022

The Child Care Council is hosting online information sessions to help anyone who is interested in becoming a child care provider.  Information sessions will be open to anyone who is interested in starting a licensed child care program out of their home.  These sessions are free, however...

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broadleaf weeds

Broadleaf Weed identification for crop production

Wednesday, February 2, 2022

Field Crop Weed identification and control Series 2022 (virtual)(virtual) Bryan Brown NYSIPM.Many of our most problematic weeds are broadleaf weeds. The best way to control them varies depending on the species, so it is imperative that weeds are identified correctly. In this session we'll go ov...

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caution sign re: pesticide use

Are you thinking about getting your Pesticide Applicator license?

Wednesday, February 9, 2022

We have a Pesticide Certification Course scheduled for February 9th at CCE in Oriskany from 12:30-3:30,This is a 3 hour preparatory course with the objective of helping growers prepare for the pesticide license exam. Registration is REQUIRED by January 24th to allow us enough time to order your...

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Child Care Health & Safety 15hr Course

Thursday, February 10, 2022

This training will provide an understanding of state regulations and basic standards expected to give children the best opportunity for care in an environment that is safe. This training will give providers the knowledge to observe and predict any risk and eliminate hazards, as well as consiste...

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Child Care Health & Safety 15hr Course

Friday, February 11, 2022

This training will provide an understanding of state regulations and basic standards expected to give children the best opportunity for care in an environment that is safe. This training will give providers the knowledge to observe and predict any risk and eliminate hazards, as well as consiste...

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Child Care Health & Safety 15hr Course

Saturday, February 12, 2022

This training will provide an understanding of state regulations and basic standards expected to give children the best opportunity for care in an environment that is safe. This training will give providers the knowledge to observe and predict any risk and eliminate hazards, as well as consiste...

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baby and book

Starting Your Own Child Care Program

Wednesday, February 16, 2022

The Child Care Council is hosting online information sessions to help anyone who is interested in becoming a child care provider.  Information sessions will be open to anyone who is interested in starting a licensed child care program out of their home.  These sessions are free, however...

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foxtails

Grass Weed ID for crop production

Wednesday, February 16, 2022

Field Crop Weed identification and control Series 2022(virtual) Caroline Marschner, Ext. Assoc. Weed Ecology, CornellIdentifying grass and grass-like weeds can be challenging but, is necessary for good weed management. During this program we will discuss what traits to look for when identifyi...

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corn field

Weed management in corn

Wednesday, February 23, 2022

Field Crop Weed identification and control Series 2022 (virtual)Jeff Miller, Resource Educator, CCE Oneida County.Weed control is an integral part of corn production. Cultural and chemical control methods should be incorporated in an integrated approach to control weeds. Cultural practice...

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Soybeans, Hudson Valley 2014

Weed management in Soybeans

Wednesday, March 2, 2022

Field Crop Weed identification and control Series 2022  (Virtual)Mike Hunter, Regional field crop specialist, CCE North Country Regional Ag TeamImplementing integrated weed management practices in soybean production will be the focus of this presentation. Mike Hunter will share results fr...

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hay field in Ulysses NY

Weed management in hay and pasture

Wednesday, March 9, 2022

 Field Crop Weed identification and control Series 2022 (virtual)Janice Degni, Team Leader and Field crops specialist, CCE SCNY regional teamThis session will provide a review of cultural and chemical weed control practices for clear alfalfa or grass, mixed stands, and pasture. It w...

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baby and book

Starting Your Own Child Care Program

Thursday, March 10, 2022

The Child Care Council is hosting online information sessions to help anyone who is interested in becoming a child care provider.  Information sessions will be open to anyone who is interested in starting a licensed child care program out of their home.  These sessions are free, however...

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weed zapper

Alternative weed control and weed seed management

Wednesday, March 16, 2022

Field Crop Weed identification and control Series 2022 (virtual)Lynn Sosnoskie, Asst. Prof. of weed ecology and specialty crop systems, CornellWeeds are a significant threat to crop production due to 1) competitive interactions that limit yield potential, 2) physical interference that red...

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