We get calls this time of year about invasive garlic mustard, which blooms in May in our area. Manual removal of the plant has been shown to prevent its spread but you must remove at least the upper half of the root to prevent regrowth.
Find Dr. Bob Baker's famous "Cornell BBQ Sauce" recipe here, get tips on broiling, and find guidelines for having a food-safe barbeque, here on our site.
Sited in a popular vacation resort area, Hamilton County Cornell Cooperative Extension strives to make the great wilderness enjoyable to all and provide information to anybody who wants to know more about our natural environment. We promote self sustainability in the community and provide the knowledge and resources needed to make the area a perfect retreat. We're here to help, with information -- and people -- you can trust
Find resources on how to identify deer ticks, how to remove an attached tick, effective insect repellants, and more, here on our website.
Enjoy harvest fresh flavor and save money too, by safely canning, freezing and drying fresh foods. Find extension resources here on these topics.
Learn how to make your own cleaning products to not only save money but to also help the environment and your home.
Growing plants indoors can be difficult, but here are some links that may be helpful in making you successful at growing plants indoors:
MyPlate is the new USDA food guide tool to help people make wise food choices within food and calorie limits. Use their SuperTracker free online tool to track your food and activities.
Do you know how to keep your family and pets safe during a weather event or other emergency? Find out how to prepare for or recover from a variety of natural disasters, here on our site.
Last updated November 6, 2017