This fundraiser party celebrates the renaissance of the Children’s Garden and will help it grow to meet the educational needs of more children in Suffolk County.
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.
Discover new, practical ways to live better & healthier. Learn the tools to manage and take control of your health.
Join us for the 5th Annual Countywide Farmers Market. Local produce, wine, fare, honey, flowers, and other items all grown or produced on Long Island will be available along with music, wagon rides, food and more.
Art + Science programming at the Art Barge is an initiative of Cornell Cooperative Extension of Suffolk County's Marine Program in partnership with the Victor D'Amico Institute of Art.
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!
These family friendly art + science integration sessions will introduce you to our local marine and coastal environment and allow you to creatively express what you observe and learn about.
A recreational program for children ages 5 - 10 with diabetes, that provides a chance to meet other children with diabetes in a fun, non-clinical atmosphere.
Last updated June 27, 2016