It's that time of year again! What do you want to do this summer? Let us be a part of it. With loads of fun and educational opportunities for everyone.
Cornell Cooperative Extension of Suffolk County assists and educates residents, businesses and professionals in a broad spectrum of topics by providing research-based information on parenting, diabetes management, nutrition and wellness, horticulture, environmental protection, marine restoration and sustainable agriculture.
Experts from our four main program areas—Family Health and Wellness, Marine, Agriculture and 4-H Youth Development—reach tens of thousands of adults, children, professionals and businesses each year.
We bring this free and low-cost knowledge directly to people at workshops, children’s camps, libraries and schools. We also work one-on-one with fisherman, farmers and growers to strengthen these industries, bringing tourism and advancing economic development. CCE programs have had a significant impact on communities and industry in Suffolk for nearly a century.
This program helps to guide grandparents or caregivers raising a new generation during these times rife with challenges unforeseen 20 to 30 years ago.
Join us this spring for a paint night series at Cowfish Restaurant in Hampton Bays! Dates in March, April and May.
If your child loves nature, being outdoors, animals, hands-on activities, and making new friends, then the Suffolk County Farm is the place to be for a week off from school!
Get experience with farm animals during Spring break! This 4-H program includes classroom instruction to learn animal husbandry techniques as well as hands-on work with llamas, poultry, sheep, goats, equine, cattle & pigs.
We can't wait for the next exciting season at the Children's Garden held at the Suffolk County Farm & Education Center in Yaphank. Every year brings more and more fun!
A series of ½ day professional development workshops providing research-based information and practical ideas for professionals who work with children, youth and families.
Last updated March 22, 2018