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Extension Out Loud

A Cornell Cooperative Extension Podcast

Latest Episodes

Introducing Parenting Tips: Temper Tantrums


Have you heard the Parenting Tips podcast by CCE Suffolk County? Hosted by Rory McNish, the show features parenting educators who offer research-based advice on issues impacting modern families. Listen to an episode that explores temper tantrums and learn about the wealth of parenting programs offered by CCE from Family Health and Wellness director at CCE Suffolk County, Nancy Olsen-Harbich. Download the episode transcript (PDF). Episode links:

 

Winter Readiness Roundtable

In this episode of Extension Out Loud, hosts Paul Treadwell and Katie Baildon chat with extension experts on how to prepare your home for the winter — from programs and incentives for winterizing your home for energy efficiency, to resources and tips for how to deal with energy outages during our infamous upstate snowstorms. Guests include: Katherine Herleman, Extension Disaster Education Coordinator, Cornell Cooperative Extension; Collin Adkins, Environment and Energy Resource Educator, Cornell Cooperative Extension Dutchess County; and Sean Welsh, Energy Resource Educator, Community Energy Advisor, Cornell Cooperative Extension Sullivan County. Download the episode transcript (PDF). Episode links:

Talking Turkey

The leaves have peaked. The air has chilled. The clocks have fallen back. It’s undeniably November, and everyone is talking turkey. Offering a bird’s eye view of the turkey scene in New York state, we are joined by Mo Tidball, a nutrition educator at Cornell Cooperative Extension Seneca County and the creator of the Wild Harvest Table website. An expert in all-things turkey, Tidball raises and sells heritage breed, free-range turkeys on her Seneca Falls farm. Download the episode transcript (PDF). Episode links:

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