Kinderfarmin' 2016

Kinderfarmin' 2016

Students at Jackson School planted seeds in recycled shoes.

Students at Jackson School planted seeds in recycled shoes.

Students at Jackson School planted seeds in recycled shoes.

Students at Jackson School planted seeds in recycled shoes.

Alexander ANTS Club made Hypertufas. (drying stage)

Alexander ANTS Club made Hypertufas. (drying stage)

Alexander ANTS Club made Hypertufas. (finished pieces)

Alexander ANTS Club made Hypertufas. (finished pieces)

Ag-in-the-Classroom

Established in 1985, New York Agriculture in the Classroom (NYAITC) is a partnership of Cornell University, the NYS Department of Ag & Markets, the NYS Education Department, Cornell Cooperative Extension, and the New York Farm Bureau. Its mission is to foster awareness, understanding, and appreciation of how we produce food and fiber, what we eat, and how we live, by helping educators, students, and their communities learn about and engage with agriculture and food systems.

Our Local Program

The Ag-in-the-Classroom Program in Genesee County loans high-quality instructional resources and also coordinates a variety of educational events that connect elementary school-aged children in Genesee County with our local agriculture, including Ag Literacy Week, Kinderfarmin', Incubation & Embryology and more! Contact our office at 585-343-3040 x101 for more information about these events or resources!

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4-H Grows Here!

We are now accepting new youth members and adult volunteers! Visit the "How to Join 4-H" page for more information!

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Genesee County 4-H Fair Information

Click here for 2016 Genesee County Info!

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Contact

Cornell Cooperative Extension Genesee County

genesee@cornell.edu
585-343-3040 x101

Last updated December 5, 2016