Cornell Cooperative Extension is now located at the new Lewis County Education Center. Stop by and visit us at 7395 East Road, Lowville, NY. Please dial 5270 at the phone in the vestibule for access to the building.
The New York Extension Disaster Education Network (NY EDEN) is a collaborative educational network based at Cornell University, dedicated to educating New York residents about preventing, preparing for and recovering from emergencies and disasters.
Overuse of rock salt or deicers can harm water supplies, and wastes money! Here are tips on how much to apply, and other ways to reduce environmental impacts.
In addition to what you'll find here on our website, we offer free or low-cost workshops on many topics that may be useful to you and your family. Our staff works with local residents to identify community issues and needs and to create appropriate strategies and programs to address those needs. We invite you to explore our website, check out our upcoming events, then give us a call or visit our office to learn more. We're here to help, with information and people you can trust!
Electrical equipment exposed to water can be very dangerous if re-energized without proper reconditioning or replacement. This 8-page booklet from NEMA provides guidelines for what you should do.
Payments for program registrations, materials, enrollment, etc. may be made to Cornell Cooperative Extension of Lewis County by cash, check or online through pay pal.
CCE offers vital resources to the community of Lewis County. Our mission is to enable people to improve their lives and communities through partnerships that put experience and research knowledge to work.
Heating is by far one of our biggest energy expenses. Find tips here on how you can reduce energy costs to heat your home.
Forests give us a wonderful opportunity to see and enjoy wildlife. Learn how to protect the wildlife as you enjoy it.
Learn about what is safe and not safe to eat during a power outage and how to cook with no power!
Last updated March 19, 2019