CCE-Tompkins is unique among local organizations in offering a continuum of education and resources that enable it to address a food systems issues in a holistic way. By working at a food-system level, we can more effectively respond to cross-cutting needs such as food safety, food access, local agriculture and community infrastructure. We offer resources for farmers, and consumers, to help strengthen our local and regional food systems.
Our latest annual report for 2018 is now available online. Visit our Annual Reports page to follow our progress from past years.
"Strategies for Farming in the Northeast with Changing Weather Patterns" is the focus of this meeting, 10am-3pm on February 26 at Dryden VFW. $10 includes lunch.
Register now for this conference, Tuesday, March 5 at The Hotel Ithaca. Focus is on helping farm and food venues attract visitors and to grow revenue. $FEE
This fact sheet offers professionals and homeowners a range of alternatives to glyphosate use in landscapes.
Interested in growing industrial hemp on your farm? Here are detailed resources compiled by Cornell on all aspects of industrial hemp culture in New York State.
This new fund will support innovative projects in agriculture and horticulture, in honor of Monika Roth, retiring Ag Issue Leader at CCE-Tompkins.
Last updated February 18, 2019