Educators from the Family Health and Wellness Program at Cornell Cooperative Extension will present research-based information and practical ideas for promoting positive discipline and guidance.
The Hamptons’ third annual Great Peconic Race, “GPR”, is one of the East Coast’s premier paddle races for elite, intermediate and novice paddlers.
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.
Come enjoy pumpkin-picking, vendors selling crafts, games, food, wagon rides and so much more!
Anyone with a desire to learn more about gardening and an interest in contributing to the community on a voluntary basis is a candidate for the Suffolk County Master Gardener Volunteer Program.
Join us for a behind the scenes tour of our shellfish hatcheries housed at our Suffolk County Marine Environmental Learning Center in Southold, then enjoy a sampling of some of the best shellfish our region has to offer.
Join us for fun on the farm! Explore our farm with hands-on-activities, stories, songs, crafts and a wagon ride to visit the animals.
Join us for a presentation about attracting hummingbirds to your garden. Followed by a garden tour to see the lesson in action.
Last updated August 23, 2016