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Winter 2017

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Cornell Small Farms Update
Cornell Small Farms Update

Climate Change
Climate Smart Farming (Part Two): Getting a Leg Up on Climate Change, by Jonathan Lambert & Abbie Kramer
Help Your Soil Thrive in Hotter, Meaner Weather, by Carrie Koplinka-Loehr

Extension News
Extension Specialists Shine in Disaster Response Role, by R.J. Anderson
From Wegmans to Food Hubs, Extension Educators Make Ag Development Connections, by R.J. Anderson
Soil Health Trailer Extends Cornell Reach, by R.J. Anderson

Farm Labor
Building Relationships with Your Spanish-Speaking Workforce, by Mario Miranda Sazo

Farm Planning
Comparing Farm Personal Property and Business Personal Property, Reuben Dourte
Memorable Legacy or Major Obstacle in the Farmer’s Estate Plan?, by John H. Lavelle

Farm Safety
Now Accepting Applications for the John May Farm Safety Fund, by Alissa Kent

High Tunnels
High Tunnel Tree Fruit and Grape Production for Eastern Growers, by Guy K. Ames

Lessons from the Land
Lessons from the Land: Tools (Assets and Liabilities), by Groundswell Center for Local Food and Farming

Livestock & Poultry
Odor Is More than a Nuisance, by Jason P. Oliver

Resource Spotlight
Managing Complexity: Breakdowns, by Claudia Kenny

Stewardship & Nature
From the Burbs to the Curds, by Amy Overstreet

Urban Farming
Mushrooms Are Fruiting in Philadelphia, by Molly R. Bucknum

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