Cornell AES Research Farms
The world-class research farms managed by Cornell AES are the bridge between academic discovery and commercial application, contributing to a thriving economy.
Ithaca, NY | The student-run farm provides students with opportunities for experiential learning, group collaboration and research.
Freeville, NY | Focused on interdisciplinary research aimed at optimizing vegetable production systems for the Northeast.
Aurora, NY | Provides productive farmland for applied agricultural research, teaching and extension with a focus on field crops and soil science research.
Ithaca, NY | Comprises 11 small farms around the Cornell campus with a large diversity of research projects, including work with small grains, produce and trees.
Long Island, NY | Supports the agricultural community on Long Island and specializes in ornamentals, floriculture, viticulture and vegetable research.
Willsboro, NY | Provides the testing grounds for the unique agricultural conditions in northern New York, and focuses on field crops, vegetables, specialty fruits and season extension.
Ithaca, NY | Serves primarily as a center for turf, flower and woody landscape research and teaching activities.
Ithaca, NY | Manages Cornell’s compost facility, provides agricultural services such as drainage, trucking, mowing and excavating, and a well-maintained fleet of agricultural equipment to Cornell units.
Ithaca, NY | Research is primarily focused on apples, grapes and berries, in support of a growing fruit industry. Cornell students gain hands-on experience with all aspects of fruit production.