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Democrat and Chronicle article on NYSAES and Geneva’s foodie culture

In a June 21 article on Geneva as haven for foodies, Democrat and Chronicle food writer Karen Miltner leads off with a nod to the contributions of  NYSAES and insights from Susan Brown: No matter from which direction you approach the city that anchors the northwest end of Seneca Lake, you’re bound to see a […]

Relay for Life

Members of our Station community and other family and friends of Kathy DeRosa took part in the Geneva Relay for Life at Geneva High School on Saturday, June 15. Our team was Kathy’s Crewsaders and we came together in honor of Kathy DeRosa and other family and friends who have been touched by cancer.

ASC Service Awards

The Administrative Service Center’s 2013 Service Recipients were recognized at a special coffee break on June 14th for their years of dedication to NYSAES. Congratulations to Kathy DeRosa (30 years), Gemma Osborne (20 years), Holly King (20 years), and Shelly Cowles (15 years). Let’s thank them for their service to the Station!

SAGES Awards 2013 Advancement of Agricultural Studies Scholarship

Congratulations to Jacob Morgan of Union Springs High School and Jose Mendoza Castro of Geneva High School, awardees of the 2013 Advancement of Agricultural Studies Scholarship by the Student Association of the Geneva Experiment Station (SAGES)!

Susan Brown named associate director of the New York State Agricultural Experiment Station

Susan Brown, associate chair of the Department of Horticulture and Herman M. Cohn Professor of Agriculture and Life Sciences, has been named associate director of the New York Agricultural Experiment Station (NYSAES), effective July 1.

Geneva Historical Society to debut exhibit on NYSAES tonight

As part of Geneva Night Out on Friday, June 7,  the Geneva Historical Society will open a new exhibit,  Scientific Investigation: A History of the New York State Agricultural Experiment Station. From the exhibit announcement: The Experiment Station may be Geneva’s best-kept secret. Few people, outside of its employees, probably know what happens at the […]

Bike and Walk to Work Week Rides Again!

This week, early birds arriving on bike and foot were treated to free breakfasts prepared by Station volunteers to celebrate Bike and Walk to Work Week. The event has been going strong since 1996, and Jennifer Grant of Integrated Pest Management once again organized the volunteers and served as Mistress of Ceremonies, distributing prizes generously […]

Workshops spread the science of selling wine

Cornell enologists are teaching tasting room staff the science behind turning customers’ sips into sales. Just in time for the summer tourist season on wine trails across the state, the Cornell Enology Extension team offered a crash course in viticulture, the mechanics of winemaking, the answers to common consumer questions, as well as the latest […]