Cornell Cooperative Extension Dutchess County, a subordinate governmental agency associated with Cornell University and its land-grant mission since 1869, provides research-based resources, tools and education for the residents and officials of Dutchess County. Our four program areas “Help People Help Themselves” through education on:
Cornell Cooperative Extension Dutchess County’s Hours:
Monday-Friday, 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM __________________________________________
See the link below for the full draft of the plan:
Dutchess County Agricultural and Farmland Protection Plan – Draft: October 2014
We will be accepting public comments until Friday November 21, 2014. To submit comments please click here.
Also, for a briefer overview, check out the Executive Summary:
Dutchess County Agricultural and Farmland Protection Plan – Executive Summary – Draft
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November 18, 2014 at 7:00PM
CCEDC's Environment & Energy Program Advisory Committee holds meetings on the third Tuesday of most months. The meeting is open to the public. Individuals interested in attending must call (845) 677-8223 and advise us of any special needs we may accommodate. » Read More
Save the date! October 29th...let your voice be heard at our public meeting on the Draft Agriculture and Farmland Protection Plan. » Read More
Check out the Environment and Energy Program's monthly update to learn more about: upcoming events, outdoor recreation, green living tips, environmental resources and materials, and environmental notice bulletins for Dutchess County. The update is sent out via e-mail, and is also posted on the CCE Dutchess website on the first Friday of every month. » Read More
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced yesterday that a brand new outdoor farmers' market will premiere this weekend at the Taste NY Market at Todd Hill, located on the Taconic State Parkway in Dutchess County. Taste NY companies will offer their products every Friday and Sunday through November 2, including a Hudson Valley winery, as well as a number of meat and vegetable producers. » Read More