Join us on November 15th at the Geneseo United Methodist Church. Meet our educators and learn about the work they have done this year. Our guest speaker will be Cathy Gaffney, V.P. of Specialty Cheese, Delicatessen & Kosher Deli for Wegmans.
Join us on October 2nd as we celebrate the many wonderful accomplishments of our 4-H members and volunteers during this past year. An optional pot luck will take place at 12:30pm with the ceremony to start at 1pm.
4-H members looking to join Teen Council are invited to attend the next meeting! Stop by the CCE-Livingston office on Sept. 26th at 7pm. Teen Council is open to any 4-H teen (13+ years old).
In addition to what you'll find here on our website, we offer free or low-cost workshops on topics that range from how to start an organic garden to making a home spending plan. Explore our links, check out our upcoming events, then give us a call or visit our offices to learn more. We're here to help, with information -- and people -- you can trust!
This committee provides guidance, vision, and assistance in all areas of the horse program. Volunteers, parents, and teens involved in the 4-H Horse Program are invited to attend the Oct. 5th meeting at the Chip Holt Nature Center.
All 4-H leaders, parents, and teens in the rabbit, poultry, cavy, and dog programs are invited attend the next meeting on Sept. 29th (7pm) at the Chip Holt Nature Center!
Check out this page for a complete list of Farmer's Markets in Livingston County. Help sustain local agriculture and build a stronger local food system.
Enjoy harvest fresh flavor and save money too! Find Extension resources on how to safely can, freeze, and dry fresh foods. CCE-Livingston can even test pressure canner gauges! Make an appointment today.
We are hiring! Learn about our current job opportunity and how to apply. Contact the CCE-Livingston office if you have any questions.
The CCE-Livingston office will be CLOSED on October 10th for Columbus Day and on October 28th for a regional training. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Last updated September 22, 2016