Cornell Cooperative Extension puts knowledge to work in pursuit of economic vitality, ecological sustainability and social well-being. We bring local experience and research based solutions together, helping New York State families and communities thrive in our rapidly changing world.
CCE provides tested information on how to prepare for emergencies including natural disasters, power outages, fires, infectious diseases, radiation spills and more!
Cornell Cooperative Extension of Albany County is funded by numerous sources of which Albany County is the largest. The remainder is funded by grants from state and federal governments, program income and donations from our supporters.
The 4-H Dog Program offers obedience classes and a variety of performance events at different times of the year. In addition, 4-H and the Albany Obedience Club co-sponsor a Dog and Kid Summer Camp for one week...
Find tips on winter driving, personal and pet safety in frigid weather, how to prepare for winter storms, links to Cornell's EDEN website, and more, here on our Emergency Preparedness pages.
Master Gardeners belong to a national corps of trained volunteers who share gardening information in their communities through the local Cooperative Extension office.
Cornell Cooperative Extension Albany County is committed to providing education and trainings on lead poisoning prevention...
Last updated March 12, 2018