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Keeping Yourself and Others Safe from Ticks

By Roxy Moore / March 18, 2024

As we begin to look ahead to spring, it’s time to prepare for the oncoming flurry of life and activity on our farms. Along with the warmer weather, longer days,…

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Futuro en Ag: 2023 Year in Review

By Tim W. Shenk / March 13, 2024

The Futuro en Ag project experienced tremendous growth in 2023. We are joyfully indebted to the hundreds of Latino/a/x farmers, supervisors, farm employees and aspiring farmers who helped us develop…

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In the News: Our Director Featured in “Growing Good” Podcast

By Zora deRham / March 11, 2024

In the latest episode of the podcast “Growing Good” from the Hobby Farms Magazine,  the Cornell Small Farms Program’s director, Anu Rangarajan, discussed the importance of supporting farmers on and…

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Grow Your Farm Knowledge with Our Final Block of Online Courses this Winter

By Kacey Deamer / January 15, 2024

Our current season of online courses is underway, and the fourth and final block of courses will start live content at the end of February. With courses on farm business,…

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Spanish-First Farmers Gathered Together for First Latino/a/x Agricultural Community Conference

By Kacey Deamer / December 13, 2023

The Cornell Small Farms Program, on behalf of the planning team, is excited to share some initial snapshots of the historic gathering of our first ever Conferencia de la Comunidad…

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Practical Farm Skills and Unity Emphasized at Spanish-Language Farm Field Day

By Tim W. Shenk / September 20, 2023

The Futuro en Ag project of the Cornell Small Farms Program offers agricultural education and training for a Spanish-first audience. [Vea este artículo en Español] Under a shady tree at…

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Recent Smoke Not a Problem for New York Vegetables

By Steve Reiners / June 9, 2023

Canadian wildfires have been impacting the air quality in the Northeast for the last week. Smoke filled the sky, and warnings were issued for outdoor activities. This is making many…

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Time Is Running Out to Be Counted in USDA Agriculture Census

By Kacey Deamer / May 24, 2023

This is your last chance to complete the 2022 Census of Agriculture, as there is only one week left to return the questionnaire. The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) National…

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Proyecto Futuro Lanza Recursos en Español

By Mildred Alvarado / April 4, 2022

¿Está interesado en unirse a la comunidad de agricultores? ¿Está considerando la posibilidad de ser dueño/a de su propia finca? ¿Quiere aprender de agricultores Latinos/as/x que ya tienen su propia…

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Poultry Producers: How Is Your Flock Faring?

By Kacey Deamer / March 4, 2022

If you’ve seen higher-than-usual mortality in your flock lately, or signs of respiratory illness in your birds, please read on to learn more about Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza (HPAI). We…

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