The Food Guide will be distributed in the Journal & Republican, local businesses, ccelewis.org, Lewis County Chamber of Commerce & the local Farmers Markets.
February 20-March 14, 2018... Support Lewis County 4-H today! 4-H'ers are selling cheese products from Lowville Producers and cheese curd from Shultz Family Cheese.
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.
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!
Cornell Cooperative Extension 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.
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.
Welcome to Lewis County! Nestled between the Tug Hill Plateau and the Black River, the small town of Lowville, New York, is on the outskirts of the Adirondack Mountains. Come experience the North Country.
Meat Suite is a website designed to help you find locally produced, high quality meats in bulk. No matter your buying preference the Meat Suite aims to help you find your farmer!
We invite you to learn more about our work by reviewing the 2017 Annual Report for Cornell Cooperative Extension of Lewis County.
Cornell University’s PRO-DAIRY issued snow removal safety tips during heavy snowfall in 2014 that we are making available again. These are good safety reminders, with important do’s and don’ts, to keep handy at all times.
Last updated February 16, 2018