Register here to learn more about Cornell’s Climate Smart Farming Program and Extension Team on November 12th, 2015 at 2:30pm.
Cornell’s Climate Smart Farming Extension Team gives New York farmers access to top extension specialists with the particular expertise to help manage the risks posed by increasing extreme weather, climate variability and long-term change. Working in partnership with Cornell Cooperative Extension and climate change and agriculture specialists at Cornell, the team draws on the latest science to answer growers’ questions about changes they can make to their management practices that will help increase resiliency and farm sustainability. This webinar will explore the work of Cornell’s Climate Smart Farming Team and the resources available.
Climate Smart Extension Team Presenters:
– Allison Chatrchyan, Director, Cornell Institute for Climate Change and Agriculture
– Robert Weybright, Extension Associate, Eastern New York Commercial Horticulture Team
– Kitty O’Neill, Sr. Resource Educator, CCE St Lawrance County