Cornell Cooperative Extension works to engage with the community to solve and respond to key environmental challenges, reduce and make more equitable our collective use of the Earth's resources, and inspire respect for natural systems and our reliance on them.
Garlic mustard is one of very few non-native plants to be able to successfully invade forest understories.
First found in New York in 1996, the Asian Longhorned Beetle is a serious threat to our maples and other hardwood trees.
Do you know how to keep your family and pets safe during a weather event or other emergency? Find out how to prepare for or recover from a variety of natural disasters, here on our site.
Find resources on building a new pond, controlling algae, and attracting wildlife to your pond, here on our site.
Open burning regulations prohibit burning across New York State with only a few exceptions. Be sure you know the law before you burn!
Collecting forest plants for medicines, flavoring, or nutrition is one of the oldest uses of forests. Growing these plants in your woods can be a source of added income.
Last updated November 10, 2016