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Tree Fruit & Berry PWT to meet Dec. 1

Cornell’s Tree Fruit & Berry Program Work Team will meet  in the Auditorium in Jordan Hall from 8:30 AM to 4 PM on 1 Dec. 2009

Great Lakes Fruit Workers to Meet in the Hudson Valley Oct. 25-28

The Great Lakes Fruit Workers, a group of scientists, extension educators, and private consultants working on tree fruits, small fruits, and grapes, will meet Oct.25-28 at Hotel Sierra in Fishkill, NY to review  recent advances in horticulture, pest management, and extension techniques.  GLFW meets annually, with meeting locations cycling from NY to Ontario to MI.  […]

Fritz Meyer Retires After 35 Years at the Hudson Valley Lab

Frederick W. Meyer III, known to coworkers as “Fritz”, retired on 29 July after working for more than 35 years as a plant pathology technician at Cornell’s Hudson Valley Lab in Highland. Fritz was hired by Roger Pearson in 1974 and then continued his career working with Dave Rosenberger. Over the years, Fritz assisted with […]

Geneva hosts Horticulture Graduate Review

The Graduate Field of Horticulture holds a semi-annual review where students in the Field report on the progress of their work. The summer 2009 review was held in Geneva on Wednesday August 26. Three Geneva students presented. Justin Scheiner and Trent Preszler from Justine Vanden Heuvel’s lab reprised their award-winning presentations from ASEV Eastern Section. […]

CLEREL Ribbon Cutting

New Cornell lab focuses on grape, wine, and juice research Cornell deepened its century-long commitment to Western New York’s wine, grape, and juice industries with a ribbon-cutting ceremony August 25 to inaugurate the new Cornell Lake Erie Research and Extension Laboratory (CLEREL) in Portland, N.Y. Since 1909, the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS) […]

FRU Retreads

FRU increases labor force with returning temporary hires.

Garden Club Presents Award to Dr. Susan Brown

Susan Brown receives Garden Club Award

Phase one of the Gates Farm drive near completion !

Earlier this spring and summer if you traveled to the Gates Farm you were met with a muddy mess as you entered the farm. It was very difficult to get through the mud and at times impossible. George Disbrow of FRU designed a plan to tile and stone the drive from the Gates road entrance […]

Holly King transfers from Library to ASC

By Marty Schlabach, reprinted from Kaleidoscope, August 2009 Holly King, who has been on the Lee Library staff for six years, recently transferred to the Administrative Service Center.  The move in March followed the decision last fall to reduce staffing and consolidate the collections.  Holly began at the Experiment Station sixteen years ago in 1993 […]

Fire Drills

Fire drills will be conducted during the week of September 8th-11th

Martin Goffinet-ASEV Outstanding Achievement Award

Goffinet wins ASEV Award

Cabbage Research & Development Program (CRDP) Reporting Session

Cabbage Research & Development Program (CRDP) Reporting Session Tuesday, December 1, 2009, 10:00 am- 3:00 pm Staff Room, Jordan Hall

Apple Research & Development Program Reporting Session

Apple Research & Development Program (ARDP) Reporting Session Monday, November 30, 2009, 10:00 am- 4:30pm Staff Room, Jordan Hall

Terry Bates is appointed as the first director of the Cornell Lake Erie Research and Extension Laboratory

Terry Bates, senior research associate in Cornell’s Department of Horticultural Sciences, has been appointed as the first director of the Cornell Lake Erie Research and Extension Laboratory (CLEREL) located in Portland, New York.  The construction of CLEREL was recently completed and an official ribbon cutting ceremony will be held on August 25. Bates joined the […]

Re-Opened! Road closed between our Campus and Technology Farm

Road closed between our Campus and Technology Farm.

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