Agriculture represents one of the largest economic sectors in Clinton County with a combined output value exceeding $148,999,000 (2012). Farms create direct economic benefits, provide our residents with fresh local foods, support other local businesses across many sectors, and preserve the rural character that our residents and visitors value so highly. CCE-Clinton supports local agriculture by providing resources for farmers, and consumers, to help strengthen our local and regional food systems.
High school students interested in the dairy industry are strongly encouraged to join the Digital Dairy Prospects Virtual Discussion Group. The group will meet for 9 weeks from Sept 22- Nov 1, 2020, and will cover a range of topics.
Clinton County Youth with be grouped with St. Lawrence/Franklin County.
If interested, please sign-up at the link below:
Cornell Cooperative Extension staff across New York state have witnessed first-hand how hard our farmers have been working throughout the pandemic to help keep our food system safe and secure. We wanted to come together (digitally) to show our appreciation for all they do on our behalf. Thank you, farmers! You are essential, vital, and so deeply appreciated
In an effort to compile all resources in one place, CCE Clinton has been working with/tracking news releases and websites offered by our partners to bring the farmers...
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We work with beef, sheep, goat, hog, horse, and poultry producers in this region to help you achieve more efficient and profitable outcomes on your farm.
Cornell Cooperative Extension’s Northern NY Agriculture Program serves farmers and rural land owners in Clinton, Essex, Franklin, Jefferson, Lewis and St. Lawrence Counties in New York State.
Last updated October 22, 2020