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Preschooler Talk

Tuesday, March 2, 2021

Join our parenting educators for open conversations about living with preschoolers! These45-minute talks are for parents and other caregivers of preschoolers (children between 3-5 years of age.) There is no fee to participate in these conversations, however advanced registration is required. C...

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kids and covid

Helping Children Cope and Thrive During Covid-19

Tuesday, March 2, 2021

We will offer parents suggestions on how they can help their children cope and thrive despite the stressful conditions that Coronavirus has created. We will discuss the impact the COVID-19 pandemic has had on families, how to help children be more resilient and ways parents can better support th...

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the highline - New York City

The High Line: Lessons for Gardeners

Tuesday, March 2, 2021

The High Line is a jewel of a NYC destination garden.Native plants and grasses have been used to create a green oasis in the middle of a city. This presentation features key landscape lessons from the High Line that are ideal for Long Island gardeners to bring into their yard.

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Farm to Table

Farm to Table with Community Nutrition

Wednesday, March 3, 2021

Join us for a weekly lesson of tips, tricks and recipes to make the most of your fresh produce. March 3, 2021 Pears March 10, 2021 Swiss Chard March 24, 2021 Kiwi March 31, 2021 Bananas Zoom link: https://cornell.zoom.us/j/94458487379 Meeting ID: 94458487379

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harvesting carrots and cabbage

Organic Vegetable Gardening

Wednesday, March 3, 2021

Learn how to grow food in your backyard. This session covers the 5 keys to a successful vegetable garden: location, soil preparation, plan, planting choices and good maintenance. No green thumb needed to get started.

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Nutrition Chats

Thursday, March 4, 2021

Join us each week for a fun quick program where you will learn a new topic. Thursdays @ 11:30amMarch 4, 2021 Sugar Sugar, A little less Sugar Learn how much sugar can be consumed during a day without drinking water and only choosing sugar sweetened beverages. Tips on how to add more water ...

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couple inspecting carrots at a grocery store or farmers market

Save Time. Save Money. Eat Healthy.

Thursday, March 4, 2021

Join us for a weekly program to learn how to prepare healthy meals in no time while on a budget!March 4, 2021 Enjoy healthy foods that taste great Focus on small changes to choose healthier fats, less salt, and less added sugar.March 11, 2021 Quick Healthy Meals & Snacks Gain tips & tr...

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Preschooler Talk

Thursday, March 4, 2021

Join our parenting educators for open conversations about living with preschoolers! These45-minute talks are for parents and other caregivers of preschoolers (children between 3-5 years of age.) There is no fee to participate in these conversations, however advanced registration is required. C...

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winter hort web series

Winter Hort Webinar Series: Landscape Management

Thursday, March 4, 2021

Berm, Baby, Berm Tamson Yeh, Ph.D., Pest Management/Turf Specialist, Cornell Cooperative Extension of Suffolk County Description: Participants will learn the pros and cons of berms including locating and sizing your berm, types of plants best for berms, planting and pest problems ...

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broccoli

Local Eats: Superfood Broccoli

Thursday, March 4, 2021

This edible green plant resembles a miniature tree, yet is known for its fantastic health benefits. It is enjoyed worldwide in many different types of cuisine. Come learn basic planting and growing tips while we share several creative ways to incorporate broccoli into your recipes. Several recipe...

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the highline - New York City

The High Line: Lessons for Gardeners

Thursday, March 4, 2021

The High Line is a jewel of a NYC destination garden.Native plants and grasses have been used to create a green oasis in the middle of a city. This presentation features key landscape lessons from the High Line that are ideal for Long Island gardeners to bring into their yard.

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Teens with cows at the Suffolk County Farm and Education Center

2021 Veterinary Medicine Career Exploration Program

Thursday, March 4, 2021

Snow Day: April 8, 2021 The 2021 Veterinary Medicine Career Exploration program is now virtual, and is open to all high school students (9th-12th grade). This is NOT a hands-on program. This program includes: Tour of Cornell Cooperative Extension Suffolk County Farm and Education ...

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woman holding compost

Secrets of Soil

Saturday, March 6, 2021

Soil is the underlying secret of garden success. Explore what your vegetables, flowers and shrubs need for healthy growth. Discover how to grow more productive ornamental and edible plants in your landscape. Learn what improves soil structure, fertility and water retention. Get ready to get your ...

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Parent Talks

Parent Talks

Tuesday, March 9, 2021

Join us for open conversations about living with children! These 45-minute talks are for parents and other caregivers of children between the ages of 0 -12. Contact Jane Juran to register at jsj79@cornell.edu. Please include your full name, the ages of your children, the session(s) you would...

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harvesting carrots and cabbage

Organic Vegetable Gardening

Tuesday, March 9, 2021

Learn how to grow food in your backyard. This session covers the 5 keys to a successful vegetable garden: location, soil preparation, plan, planting choices and good maintenance. No green thumb needed to get started.

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Farm to Table

Farm to Table with Community Nutrition

Wednesday, March 10, 2021

Join us for a weekly lesson of tips, tricks and recipes to make the most of your fresh produce. March 3, 2021 Pears March 10, 2021 Swiss Chard March 24, 2021 Kiwi March 31, 2021 Bananas Zoom link: https://cornell.zoom.us/j/94458487379 Meeting ID: 94458487379

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a winding path through Chanticleer Garden

Chanticleer Garden

Wednesday, March 10, 2021

Chanticleer, located in Wayne, PA, is regarded as one of the best gardens in our region. Take a trip to the many “garden rooms” of Chanticleer. Explore what gives each area a distinctive beauty and character. Hardscape design features as well as the landscape materials will be examined.

Read more

reading nutrition label - man

Nutrition Chats

Thursday, March 11, 2021

Join us each week for a fun quick program where you will learn a new topic. Thursdays @ 11:30amMarch 4, 2021 Sugar Sugar, A little less Sugar Learn how much sugar can be consumed during a day without drinking water and only choosing sugar sweetened beverages. Tips on how to add more water ...

Read more

couple inspecting carrots at a grocery store or farmers market

Save Time. Save Money. Eat Healthy.

Thursday, March 11, 2021

Join us for a weekly program to learn how to prepare healthy meals in no time while on a budget!March 4, 2021 Enjoy healthy foods that taste great Focus on small changes to choose healthier fats, less salt, and less added sugar.March 11, 2021 Quick Healthy Meals & Snacks Gain tips & tr...

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Parent Talks

Parent Talks

Thursday, March 11, 2021

Join us for open conversations about living with children! These 45-minute talks are for parents and other caregivers of children between the ages of 0 -12. Contact Jane Juran to register at jsj79@cornell.edu. Please include your full name, the ages of your children, the session(s) you would...

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winter hort web series

Winter Hort Webinar Series: Plant Focus on California Privet

Thursday, March 11, 2021

Getting Privy to Privet: A Primer on Pests and Pathogens Margery Daughtrey, Plant Pathologist, Cornell University, LIHREC Dan Gilrein, Extension Entomologist, Cornell Cooperative Extension of Suffolk County Mina Vescera, Nursery/Landscape Specialist, Cornell Cooperative Extens...

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Teens with cows at the Suffolk County Farm and Education Center

2021 Veterinary Medicine Career Exploration Program

Thursday, March 11, 2021

Snow Day: April 8, 2021 The 2021 Veterinary Medicine Career Exploration program is now virtual, and is open to all high school students (9th-12th grade). This is NOT a hands-on program. This program includes: Tour of Cornell Cooperative Extension Suffolk County Farm and Education ...

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harvesting carrots and cabbage

Organic Vegetable Gardening

Saturday, March 13, 2021

Learn how to grow food in your backyard. This session covers the 5 keys to a successful vegetable garden: location, soil preparation, plan, planting choices and good maintenance. No green thumb needed to get started.

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Deer in landscape

Gardening with Deer

Monday, March 15, 2021

There are beautiful plants deer don’t like to eat! Incorporate these perennials, annuals and shrubs in your landscape to create an attractive yard with three seasons of bloom. Also learn about physical and scent strategies to reduce deer browsing in your yard.

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Parent Talks

Parent Talks

Tuesday, March 16, 2021

Join us for open conversations about living with children! These 45-minute talks are for parents and other caregivers of children between the ages of 0 -12. Contact Jane Juran to register at jsj79@cornell.edu. Please include your full name, the ages of your children, the session(s) you would...

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wheel barrow full of compost

Magic of Compost

Tuesday, March 16, 2021

Compost is a residential win-win for increasing soil health and for reducing the volume of waste headed to a municipal landfill. Learn 4 different types of composting methods in this workshop, including outside and indoor composting, aerobic and anaerobic techniques, worm and lasagna approaches.

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Two kids using desktop computer

Using Screens Smartly

Tuesday, March 16, 2021

Screens are everywhere and we are using them more than ever. This program will address the impact screens have on children’s development and human health. Recommendations of the American Academy of Pediatrics will be reviewed as will suggestions for using screens smartly in our current lives th...

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CCE Board of Directors Meeting

Wednesday, March 17, 2021

Join Zoom Meetinghttps://cornell.zoom.us/j/92211219743?pwd=TmtIV21yZVVuWHlkckFZWUVuS1ZpUT09Meeting ID: 922 1121 9743Passcode: 154050

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Nutrition Chats

Thursday, March 18, 2021

Join us each week for a fun quick program where you will learn a new topic. Thursdays @ 11:30amMarch 4, 2021 Sugar Sugar, A little less Sugar Learn how much sugar can be consumed during a day without drinking water and only choosing sugar sweetened beverages. Tips on how to add more water ...

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couple inspecting carrots at a grocery store or farmers market

Save Time. Save Money. Eat Healthy.

Thursday, March 18, 2021

Join us for a weekly program to learn how to prepare healthy meals in no time while on a budget!March 4, 2021 Enjoy healthy foods that taste great Focus on small changes to choose healthier fats, less salt, and less added sugar.March 11, 2021 Quick Healthy Meals & Snacks Gain tips & tr...

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Parent Talks

Parent Talks

Thursday, March 18, 2021

Join us for open conversations about living with children! These 45-minute talks are for parents and other caregivers of children between the ages of 0 -12. Contact Jane Juran to register at jsj79@cornell.edu. Please include your full name, the ages of your children, the session(s) you would...

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kids and covid

Helping Children Cope and Thrive During Covid-19

Thursday, March 18, 2021

We will offer parents suggestions on how they can help their children cope and thrive despite the stressful conditions that Coronavirus has created. We will discuss the impact the COVID-19 pandemic has had on families, how to help children be more resilient and ways parents can better su...

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Winter Hort Webinar Series: NYSDEC Updates for Ornamental Horticulture

Thursday, March 18, 2021

NYSDEC Updates with Q&A Joyce Roder, Chief, NYC/LI Pesticides Section & Anna McGlashen, Pesticide Control Specialist 1, Region 2, Bureau of Pesticides Management, NYS DEC Description: This presentation will inform attendees of the proposed updates on NYS regulation 6 NYCRR Part 325 appl...

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Teens with cows at the Suffolk County Farm and Education Center

2021 Veterinary Medicine Career Exploration Program

Thursday, March 18, 2021

Snow Day: April 8, 2021 The 2021 Veterinary Medicine Career Exploration program is now virtual, and is open to all high school students (9th-12th grade). This is NOT a hands-on program. This program includes: Tour of Cornell Cooperative Extension Suffolk County Farm and Education ...

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oyster, spat

SPAT Zoom Workshops

Friday, March 19, 2021

"Spat" is the word for the tiniest form of shellfish that has settled onto the place where it will live out its life. It is also an acronym for the Suffolk Project in Aquaculture Training. The SPAT program was created to encourage community members to become stewards of their environment and t...

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red poppies

2021 Spring Gardening School

Saturday, March 20, 2021

Celebrate the first day of spring with us!In keeping with tradition, Cornell Cooperative Extension of Suffolk County is offering a day full of gardening programs. We’re using Cornell’s Zoom rather than a local school for delivery.All gardening programs will be live. We will also record every...

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Parent Talks

Parent Talks

Tuesday, March 23, 2021

Join us for open conversations about living with children! These 45-minute talks are for parents and other caregivers of children between the ages of 0 -12. Contact Jane Juran to register at jsj79@cornell.edu. Please include your full name, the ages of your children, the session(s) you would...

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Orchids

Orchids

Tuesday, March 23, 2021

Orchids are one of a kind in beauty and performance. Enjoy a number of varieties, colors and shapes of these attractive tropical plants. Learn how to promote repeat blooms.

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broccoli

Local Eats: Superfood Broccoli

Tuesday, March 23, 2021

This edible green plant resembles a miniature tree, yet is known for its fantastic health benefits. It is enjoyed worldwide in many different types of cuisine. Come learn basic planting and growing tips while we share several creative ways to incorporate broccoli into your recipes. Several recipe...

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butterfly on flower

Pollinator Gardens

Tuesday, March 23, 2021

Butterflies, birds and the other pollinators need host plants for nectar, food and lodging. By introducing three seasons of key pollinator plants into your garden, you can create a pollinator-friendly habitat in your front and back yard. Discover the best planting arrangements as well the m...

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wheel barrow full of compost

Magic of Compost

Wednesday, March 24, 2021

Compost is a residential win-win for increasing soil health and for reducing the volume of waste headed to a municipal landfill. Learn 4 different types of composting methods in this workshop, including outside and indoor composting, aerobic and anaerobic techniques, worm and lasagna approaches.

Read more

Farm to Table

Farm to Table with Community Nutrition

Wednesday, March 24, 2021

Join us for a weekly lesson of tips, tricks and recipes to make the most of your fresh produce. March 3, 2021 Pears March 10, 2021 Swiss Chard March 24, 2021 Kiwi March 31, 2021 Bananas Zoom link: https://cornell.zoom.us/j/94458487379 Meeting ID: 94458487379

Read more

broccoli

Local Eats: Superfood Broccoli

Wednesday, March 24, 2021

This edible green plant resembles a miniature tree, yet is known for its fantastic health benefits. It is enjoyed worldwide in many different types of cuisine. Come learn basic planting and growing tips while we share several creative ways to incorporate broccoli into your recipes. Several recipe...

Read more

kids and covid

Helping Children Cope and Thrive During Covid-19

Wednesday, March 24, 2021

We will offer parents suggestions on how they can help their children cope and thrive despite the stressful conditions that Coronavirus has created. We will discuss the impact the COVID-19 pandemic has had on families, how to help children be more resilient and ways parents can better su...

Read more

strawberries

2021 Strawberry Production Webinar

Thursday, March 25, 2021

The 2021 Strawberry Production Webinar will cover the following topics: Tackling Fruit and Root Rots in Long Island Strawberries Dr. Kerik Cox, Associate Professor, Cornell University This talk will cover basics of disease management for fruit and root rots of strawberry with the focus on ...

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reading nutrition label - man

Nutrition Chats

Thursday, March 25, 2021

Join us each week for a fun quick program where you will learn a new topic. Thursdays @ 11:30amMarch 4, 2021 Sugar Sugar, A little less Sugar Learn how much sugar can be consumed during a day without drinking water and only choosing sugar sweetened beverages. Tips on how to add more water ...

Read more

couple inspecting carrots at a grocery store or farmers market

Save Time. Save Money. Eat Healthy.

Thursday, March 25, 2021

Join us for a weekly program to learn how to prepare healthy meals in no time while on a budget!March 4, 2021 Enjoy healthy foods that taste great Focus on small changes to choose healthier fats, less salt, and less added sugar.March 11, 2021 Quick Healthy Meals & Snacks Gain tips & tr...

Read more

Parent Talks

Parent Talks

Thursday, March 25, 2021

Join us for open conversations about living with children! These 45-minute talks are for parents and other caregivers of children between the ages of 0 -12. Contact Jane Juran to register at jsj79@cornell.edu. Please include your full name, the ages of your children, the session(s) you would...

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Teens with cows at the Suffolk County Farm and Education Center

2021 Veterinary Medicine Career Exploration Program

Thursday, March 25, 2021

Snow Day: April 8, 2021 The 2021 Veterinary Medicine Career Exploration program is now virtual, and is open to all high school students (9th-12th grade). This is NOT a hands-on program. This program includes: Tour of Cornell Cooperative Extension Suffolk County Farm and Education ...

Read more

wheel barrow full of compost

Magic of Compost

Saturday, March 27, 2021

Compost is a residential win-win for increasing soil health and for reducing the volume of waste headed to a municipal landfill. Learn 4 different types of composting methods in this workshop, including outside and indoor composting, aerobic and anaerobic techniques, worm and lasagna appr...

Read more

the highline - New York City

The Highline: Lessons for your Garden

Monday, March 29, 2021

The High Line is a jewel of a NYC destination garden.Native plants and grasses have been used to create a green oasis in the middle of a city. This presentation features key landscape lessons from the High Line that are ideal for Long Island gardeners to bring into their yard.

Read more

Parent Talks

Parent Talks

Tuesday, March 30, 2021

Join us for open conversations about living with children! These 45-minute talks are for parents and other caregivers of children between the ages of 0 -12. Contact Jane Juran to register at jsj79@cornell.edu. Please include your full name, the ages of your children, the session(s) you would...

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broccoli

Local Eats: Superfood Broccoli

Tuesday, March 30, 2021

This edible green plant resembles a miniature tree, yet is known for its fantastic health benefits. It is enjoyed worldwide in many different types of cuisine. Come learn basic planting and growing tips while we share several creative ways to incorporate broccoli into your recipes. Several recipe...

Read more

Farm to Table

Farm to Table with Community Nutrition

Wednesday, March 31, 2021

Join us for a weekly lesson of tips, tricks and recipes to make the most of your fresh produce. March 3, 2021 Pears March 10, 2021 Swiss Chard March 24, 2021 Kiwi March 31, 2021 Bananas Zoom link: https://cornell.zoom.us/j/94458487379 Meeting ID: 94458487379

Read more

Parent Talks

Parent Talks

Thursday, April 1, 2021

Join us for open conversations about living with children! These 45-minute talks are for parents and other caregivers of children between the ages of 0 -12. Contact Jane Juran to register at jsj79@cornell.edu. Please include your full name, the ages of your children, the session(s) you would...

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Parent Talks

Parent Talks

Tuesday, April 6, 2021

Join us for open conversations about living with children! These 45-minute talks are for parents and other caregivers of children between the ages of 0 -12. Contact Jane Juran to register at jsj79@cornell.edu. Please include your full name, the ages of your children, the session(s) you would...

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tomatoes

Local Eats: The Saucy Tomato

Tuesday, April 6, 2021

We are not just talking about pasta’s best friend. Tomatoes are so versatile and easily available in different forms. Join us while we share information about all kinds of tomatoes, including some fun facts, nutritional benefits and how to grow and eat them. We will also give you some ideas on co...

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Deer in landscape

Gardening with Deer

Tuesday, April 6, 2021

There are beautiful plants deer don’t like to eat! Incorporate these perennials, annuals and shrubs in your landscape to create an attractive yard with three seasons of bloom. Also learn about physical and scent strategies to reduce deer browsing in your yard.

Read more

A honey bee is attracted to flowers in theUSDA People's Garden, pollinator garden in Washington, D.C. (USDA Photo).

Pollinator Gardens

Wednesday, April 7, 2021

Butterflies, birds and the other pollinators need host plants for nectar, food and lodging. By introducing three seasons of key pollinator plants into your garden, you can create a pollinator-friendly habitat in your front and back yard. Discover the best planting arrangements as well the many...

Read more

Parent Talks

Parent Talks

Thursday, April 8, 2021

Join us for open conversations about living with children! These 45-minute talks are for parents and other caregivers of children between the ages of 0 -12. Contact Jane Juran to register at jsj79@cornell.edu. Please include your full name, the ages of your children, the session(s) you would...

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harvesting carrots and cabbage

Organic Vegetable Gardens

Thursday, April 8, 2021

Learn how to grow food in your backyard. This session covers the 5 keys to a successful vegetable garden: location, soil preparation, plan, planting choices and good maintenance. No green thumb needed to get started.

Read more

a winding path through Chanticleer Garden

Chanticleer Garden

Monday, April 12, 2021

Chanticleer, located in Wayne, PA, is regarded as one of the best gardens in our region. Take a trip to the many “garden rooms” of Chanticleer. Explore what gives each area a distinctive beauty and character. Hardscape design features as well as the landscape materials will be examined.

Read more

woman holding compost

Secrets of Soil

Tuesday, April 13, 2021

Soil is the underlying secret of garden success. Explore what your vegetables, flowers and shrubs need for healthy growth. Discover how to grow more productive ornamental and edible plants in your landscape. Learn what improves soil structure, fertility and water retention. Get ready to g...

Read more

woman holding compost

Secrets of Soil

Tuesday, April 13, 2021

Soil is the underlying secret of garden success. Explore what your vegetables, flowers and shrubs need for healthy growth. Discover how to grow more productive ornamental and edible plants in your landscape.Learn what improves soil structure, fertility and water retention. Get ready to get you...

Read more

field of Black-eyed Susans

Native Plants in your Garden

Wednesday, April 14, 2021

Native plants are the best choices for Long Island gardeners. Not only are they vigorous and attractive, but native plants support our pollinators. Discover the increasing array of handsome native plants that can you can incorporate in your landscape.

Read more

woman holding compost

Secrets of Soil

Thursday, April 15, 2021

Soil is the underlying secret of garden success. Explore what your vegetables, flowers and shrubs need for healthy growth. Discover how to grow more productive ornamental and edible plants in your landscape.Learn what improves soil structure, fertility and water retention. Get ready to get you...

Read more

oyster, spat

SPAT Zoom Workshops

Friday, April 16, 2021

"Spat" is the word for the tiniest form of shellfish that has settled onto the place where it will live out its life. It is also an acronym for the Suffolk Project in Aquaculture Training. The SPAT program was created to encourage community members to become stewards of their environment and t...

Read more

wheel barrow full of compost

Magic of Compost

Saturday, April 17, 2021

Compost is a residential win-win for increasing soil health and for reducing the volume of waste headed to a municipal landfill. Learn 4 different types of composting methods in this workshop, including outside and indoor composting, aerobic and anaerobic techniques, worm and lasagna appr...

Read more

field of Black-eyed Susans

Native Plants in Your Garden

Wednesday, April 21, 2021

Native plants are the best choices for Long Island gardeners. Not only are they vigorous and attractive, but native plants support our pollinators.Discover the increasing array of handsome native plants that can you can incorporate in your landscape.

Read more

tomatoes

Local Eats: The Saucy Tomato

Wednesday, April 21, 2021

We are not just talking about pasta’s best friend. Tomatoes are so versatile and easily available in different forms. Join us while we share information about all kinds of tomatoes, including some fun facts, nutritional benefits and how to grow and eat them. We will also give you some ideas on co...

Read more

false indigo

Native Plants in your Garden

Wednesday, April 21, 2021

Native plants are the best choices for Long Island gardeners. Not only are they vigorous and attractive, but native plants support our pollinators. Discover the increasing array of handsome native plants that can you can incorporate in your landscape.

Read more

wheel barrow full of compost

Magic of Compost

Thursday, April 22, 2021

Compost is a residential win-win for increasing soil health and for reducing the volume of waste headed to a municipal landfill. Learn 4 different types of composting methods in this workshop, including outside and indoor composting, aerobic and anaerobic techniques, worm and lasagna approaches.

Read more

bumble bee with purple clover

Pollinator Gardens

Thursday, April 22, 2021

Butterflies, birds and the other pollinators need host plants for nectar, food and lodging. By introducing three seasons of key pollinator plants into your garden, you can create a pollinator-friendly habitat in your front and back yard. Discover the best planting arrangements as well the many co...

Read more

false indigo

Pollinator Garden

Saturday, April 24, 2021

Butterflies, birds and the other pollinators need host plants for nectar, food and lodging. By introducing three seasons of key pollinator plants into your garden, you can create a pollinator-friendly habitat in your front and back yard. Discover the best planting arrangements as well the many...

Read more

harvesting carrots and cabbage

Organic Vegetable Gardens

Tuesday, April 27, 2021

Learn how to grow food in your backyard. This session covers the 5 keys to a successful vegetable garden: location, soil preparation, plan, planting choices and good maintenance. No green thumb needed to get started.

Read more

tomatoes

Local Eats: The Saucy Tomato

Thursday, April 29, 2021

We are not just talking about pasta’s best friend. Tomatoes are so versatile and easily available in different forms. Join us while we share information about all kinds of tomatoes, including some fun facts, nutritional benefits and how to grow and eat them. We will also give you some ideas on co...

Read more

planting tomatoes

Organic Vegetable Gardens

Thursday, April 29, 2021

Learn how to grow food in your backyard. This session covers the 5 keys to a successful vegetable garden: location, soil preparation, plan, planting choices and good maintenance. No green thumb needed to get started.

Read more

Strawberries

Local Eats: Scrumptious Strawberries

Tuesday, May 11, 2021

Did you know that strawberries are the most wildly grown fruit crop in the world? There is nothing like fresh, local strawberries. So yummy and packed with healthy antioxidants. Join us as we share growing & planting tips, delicious recipe demonstrations, nutrition & fun facts.May 11, 2021Emma S....

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Strawberries

Local Eats: Scrumptious Strawberries

Wednesday, May 12, 2021

Did you know that strawberries are the most wildly grown fruit crop in the world? There is nothing like fresh, local strawberries. So yummy and packed with healthy antioxidants. Join us as we share growing & planting tips, delicious recipe demonstrations, nutrition & fun facts.May 11, 2021Emma S....

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cce logo on red background

CCE Board of Directors Meeting

Wednesday, May 19, 2021

Join Zoom Meetinghttps://cornell.zoom.us/j/92211219743?pwd=TmtIV21yZVVuWHlkckFZWUVuS1ZpUT09Meeting ID: 922 1121 9743Passcode: 154050

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oyster, spat

SPAT Zoom Workshops

Friday, May 21, 2021

"Spat" is the word for the tiniest form of shellfish that has settled onto the place where it will live out its life. It is also an acronym for the Suffolk Project in Aquaculture Training. The SPAT program was created to encourage community members to become stewards of their environment and t...

Read more

Strawberries

Local Eats: Scrumptious Strawberries

Wednesday, May 26, 2021

Did you know that strawberries are the most wildly grown fruit crop in the world? There is nothing like fresh, local strawberries. So yummy and packed with healthy antioxidants. Join us as we share growing & planting tips, delicious recipe demonstrations, nutrition & fun facts.May 11, 2021Emma S....

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greenbeans

Local Eats: Pick Your Beans

Thursday, June 10, 2021

Green beans, wax beans, string beans, black beans, pink beans, red beans; so many varieties. Come learn about the benefits of “beans”, buying local & how to prepare delicious recipes using beans that will delight your taste buds.June 10, 2021Emma S. Clark Memorial Library(631) 941-4080www.emmacla...

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oyster, spat

SPAT Zoom Workshops

Friday, June 18, 2021

"Spat" is the word for the tiniest form of shellfish that has settled onto the place where it will live out its life. It is also an acronym for the Suffolk Project in Aquaculture Training. The SPAT program was created to encourage community members to become stewards of their environment and t...

Read more

greenbeans

Local Eats: Pick Your Beans

Wednesday, June 23, 2021

Green beans, wax beans, string beans, black beans, pink beans, red beans; so many varieties. Come learn about the benefits of “beans”, buying local & how to prepare delicious recipes using beans that will delight your taste buds.June 10, 2021Emma S. Clark Memorial Library(631) 941-4080www.emmacla...

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Zucchini

Local Eats: Zippy Zucchini

Tuesday, July 6, 2021

Zucchini is so versatile. Great in baked goods and main dishes. Join us as we demonstrate 2 delicious recipes utilizing fresh local zucchini, while learning basic cooking tips and nutritional value.July 6, 2021Emma S. Clark Memorial Library(631) 941-4080www.emmaclark.org@font-face {font-family:...

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oyster, spat

SPAT Zoom Workshops

Friday, July 16, 2021

"Spat" is the word for the tiniest form of shellfish that has settled onto the place where it will live out its life. It is also an acronym for the Suffolk Project in Aquaculture Training. The SPAT program was created to encourage community members to become stewards of their environment and t...

Read more

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CCE Board of Directors Meeting

Wednesday, July 21, 2021

Join Zoom Meetinghttps://cornell.zoom.us/j/92211219743?pwd=TmtIV21yZVVuWHlkckFZWUVuS1ZpUT09Meeting ID: 922 1121 9743Passcode: 154050

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carrots

Local Eats: Crunchy Carrots

Tuesday, August 10, 2021

Carrots; a crunchy power food with numerous health benefits. Join us as we demonstrate how to prepare several tasty recipes using fresh local carrots; while learning about how very versatile carrots are.August 10, 2021Emma S. Clark Memorial Library(631) 941-4080www.emmaclark.org@font-face {font...

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oyster, spat

SPAT Zoom Workshops

Friday, August 20, 2021

"Spat" is the word for the tiniest form of shellfish that has settled onto the place where it will live out its life. It is also an acronym for the Suffolk Project in Aquaculture Training. The SPAT program was created to encourage community members to become stewards of their environment and t...

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CCE Board of Directors Meeting

Wednesday, September 15, 2021

Join Zoom Meetinghttps://cornell.zoom.us/j/92211219743?pwd=TmtIV21yZVVuWHlkckFZWUVuS1ZpUT09Meeting ID: 922 1121 9743Passcode: 154050

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SPAT Zoom Workshops

Friday, September 17, 2021

"Spat" is the word for the tiniest form of shellfish that has settled onto the place where it will live out its life. It is also an acronym for the Suffolk Project in Aquaculture Training. The SPAT program was created to encourage community members to become stewards of their environment and t...

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oyster, spat

SPAT Zoom Workshops

Friday, October 15, 2021

"Spat" is the word for the tiniest form of shellfish that has settled onto the place where it will live out its life. It is also an acronym for the Suffolk Project in Aquaculture Training. The SPAT program was created to encourage community members to become stewards of their environment and t...

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cce logo on red background

CCE Board of Directors Meeting

Wednesday, November 17, 2021

Join Zoom Meetinghttps://cornell.zoom.us/j/92211219743?pwd=TmtIV21yZVVuWHlkckFZWUVuS1ZpUT09Meeting ID: 922 1121 9743Passcode: 154050

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oyster, spat

SPAT Zoom Workshops

Friday, November 19, 2021

"Spat" is the word for the tiniest form of shellfish that has settled onto the place where it will live out its life. It is also an acronym for the Suffolk Project in Aquaculture Training. The SPAT program was created to encourage community members to become stewards of their environment and t...

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oyster, spat

SPAT Zoom Workshops

Friday, December 17, 2021

"Spat" is the word for the tiniest form of shellfish that has settled onto the place where it will live out its life. It is also an acronym for the Suffolk Project in Aquaculture Training. The SPAT program was created to encourage community members to become stewards of their environment and t...

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