An educational event that gives youth an opportunity to showcase their food preparation and presentation skills.
Are you looking for a FREE TO YOU opportunity to connect with friends while having fun & learning all at the same time? If “YES” then 4-H After School 2.0 is for you!
COVID-19 Update: July 23, 2020
Our office has re-opened with limited staffing Monday through Thursday by APPOINTMENT ONLY. Staff will continue to work from home on Fridays.Not all staff are working from the office on a regular basis but can be available at an agreed upon time to meet.
We are taking extra precautions for the safety of staff, volunteers and participants as we slowly work to more fully re-open the office. To access our office re-opening safety plan, go to: www.senecacountycce.org/covid19safetyplan.
We ask that all visitors make an appointment first, use hand sanitizer when arriving at the office, wear a face covering, and follow social distancing guidelines.
When staff are not operating from the physical office, they are working remotely from their homes and available via email or telephone through the main office number, 315-539-9251. Should you need to reach one of our staff members, please visit www.senecacountycce.org/staff for their email address or call (315) 539-9251. If the receptionist is not available, enter the person's extension to reach their voicemail. Our phone system then will forward your voice message to them via email. Please direct questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Throughout this time we will continue to provide you with as much useful information as we can via our social media and this website so please follow us on Facebook and check back here often. The NYS EDEN button on this page will provide you with links to important and reliable information on the virus.
If you are a volunteer or an ongoing participant in our local programs, there is also an assumption of risk form, that you may be asked to sign. That form can be found here. We want to ensure everyone's safety and understand any specific needs that you may have, while realizing that we may not be able to accommodate all of them.
Cornell Cooperative Extension of Seneca County is celebrating 100 years of service! For this significant achievement, the CCE Seneca staff wanted to showcase family tried and true recipes from Seneca County residents from the past 100 years.
Watch as we walk through how to create Farm to School recipes, step by step!
Find resources on hunting and fishing, and many recipes for large and small game, fish and fowl and how to prepare them safely.
On November 10, 2020 the Department of Ag & Markets reported that several spotted lanternfly (SLF) adults and egg masses were found in Ithaca.
The FLGP gives you a direct link to the latest information from Cornell and other resources around the country on topics that are important to you as a grape grower.
Last updated January 15, 2021