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Registration Open for Online Permaculture Design Course

September 9 to October 24, 2013 - Department of Horticulture's distance learning program is offering an online course.....

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Support Organic Ag Education at Dilmun Hill

Join the online fundraiser to improve their outdoor teaching facilities...

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Turning Tired Land into Energizing Liquid Gold

Growers in New York state may one day turn craggy, rugged and lumpy marginal land into a virtual, perennial fountain of liquid energy gold...

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Plantations Seeks to Control Invasive Plants and Pests

Director Todd Bittner has adopted an adaptive management framework that involves evaluating the issue and implementing strategies...

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Cornell Experience Draws Alumni to 'Perfect Fit' with Land Conservation Group

9 Cornell alumni help lead the The Trust for Public Land

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Panel Calls for Protecting World's Largest Forest

Panel members made recommendations to protect Canada’s vast wild lands at a symposium...

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Conferees Discuss How to Help Farmers through Technology

Creative use of information networks can help bridge gaps between developed and developing countries...

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Student Researches the Ecology of Grape-Growing with Cornell Cooperative Extension

Matthew Gura '14 blogs about his research on leaching of pollutants and fertilizers into groundwater in vineyards at Long Island Research and Extension Center...

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Student Studies Changing Ecology of Ethiopia

Ph.D candidate is working with indigenous communities to swap out indigenous crops...

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From the Grounds Up, Study Seeks Sustainable 'Java'

Cornell professors seek to brew agricultural, environmental and economic sustainability together for the world’s smallholder coffee bean growers...