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Cornell Cooperative Extension of Herkimer County is located in the heart of the Mohawk Valley and extends north to the Adirondacks.  Herkimer County is home to approximately 65,000 residents, and is made up of nineteen small communities that share a single vision: to maintain a high quality of life for the county’s citizens and visitors.  We are proud to be a part of that vision as our vision statement is “Building Strong and Vibrant New York Communities.”


Location:

5657 State Route 5, Herkimer, NY 13350    Map
Click on above “map” link, then put your address in for turn-by-turn directions to our office! Or, click on “About Us” for general driving directions. Please note that this will give you a general idea of our location. We are located in the COR Properties Business Park, in the building on the left about half way down.

Phone: 315.866.7920
Fax: 315.866.0870
Email: herkimer@cornell.edu


 Upcoming Event:

New York State Slow Moving Vehicle Symposium

WHEN: February 21, 2017 8:00am – 3:00pm
WHERE: DoubleTree Hotel
6301 State Route 298
East Syracuse, NY 13057
315-432-0200

It is not unusual to find yourself sharing the road with slow moving vehicles such as farm/agricultural equipment, construction vehicles…even horse and buggies. They all have the right to use the roadways. Our challenge is to develop a plan to deal with these unique highway safety challenges so that all users have access to safe roads.
The New York State Sheriffs’ Association and the Governor’s Traffic Safety Committee cordially invite highway safety advocates from law enforcement, farm/agriculture, construction, Amish/Mennonite, public health, and non-governmental organizations to the 2017 Slow Moving Vehicle Symposium.

The symposium will cover slow moving vehicle highway safety issues from the farm, construction, law enforcement, and religious community perspectives. A member of the Amish community will describe his lifestyle and his highway safety efforts. Current methods of SMV highway safety outreach will be shared.

• Registration and a continental breakfast will be from 8:00 am to 9:00 am.
• Lunch will be provided.
• Contact the hotel directly for lodging.
Register using the form at this link.  Deadline to register is January 27.

SPONSORED BY:
NEW YORK STATE SHERIFFS’ ASSOCIATION
NEW YORK STATE GOVERNOR’S TRAFFIC SAFETY COMMITTEE

Funded by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration with a grant from the New York State Governor’s Traffic Safety Committee


See our Calendar of Events for upcoming programs, including 4-H events. The Useful Links page gives an overview of Herkimer County, New York State, Cornell University and other local resources.

Find directions to our office at About Us. Our Annual Report and Highlights  page can show you a snapshot of our past year(s).

What’s 4-H all about? See the 4-H Youth Development page. Read all about what’s going on in 4-H in the 4-H Facts…4-H Club forms can be found under Club Maintanence.

Find out about Agriculture in Herkimer County, including a link to the Central New York Dairy and Field Crops Team.

Cornell Guidelines to Pest Management  and directions for Soil Sampling  can be found under Horticulture, as well as the recommendations for New York State Vegetable Varieties for 2016

Want to find out how to stretch your food dollars? Check out our Nutrition Education Programs. Find out about EFNEP, the Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program, a free program to help you feed your family better for less.

Need information on home food preservation, including canning, drying and freezing? Find a whole page dedicated to Food Preservation Resources.

The Herkimer County Local Foods Map is a great place to find where to buy local foods. Eighteen vegetables are featured in the Herkimer County Produce Cycle Brochures.

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