When comparing heating fuels, wood has a lot of advantages, and there are now more options of equipment to burn it in than ever before.
The Asian jumping earthworm is an invasive species that endangers our forests. Find out how what it does, and how to identify and help contain these worms.
We're looking for interested adult volunteers to serve as 4-H club leaders and to lead events. You can inspire youth, and help them grow and master new skills.
In addition to what you'll find here on our website, we offer free or low-cost workshops on topics that range from how to start an organic garden to nonprofit management skills. Explore our links, check out our upcoming events, then give us a call or visit our offices to learn more. We're here to help, with information -- and people -- you can trust!
is a day long event organized by & designed for Putnam County High School students. Join the Planning Committee, Tuesdays, January 16 - April 10, 2018 to plan for the Youth Forum held on Tuesday, April 17.
for Pollinators and other Wildlife class on Sat., Jan. 20,10 am - 12pm. CCE Putnam Master Gardeners will present the basics of seed propagation, the importance of native plants.
Find resources on how to identify deer ticks, how to remove an attached tick, effective insect repellants, and more, here on our website.
Cornell Small Farms Program presents a workshop on Friday, January 26 at 9am in Putnam. Anyone who is growing shiitake commercially, starting up a log-grown operation is welcome and must pre-register.
Join the fun! Enrollments are now being accepted. See the 4-H Clubs program page for a list of 4-H Clubs in Putnam County!
Learn how you can better prepare yourself for the bitter winters of New York State.
Last updated December 8, 2017