The Extension Out Loud podcast highlights the impact that CCE has on the daily lives of New Yorkers through engaging interviews with researchers, educators, and practitioners. Their wide-ranging conversations explore agriculture, food systems, nutrition, sustainable energy, youth development and more.

Meet the hosts

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Paul Treadwell

Distance Learning Specialist

Cornell Cooperative Extension

Paul Treadwell
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Episodes

A cover crop demo event co-hosted by the Cornell Soil Health Program and the American Farmland Trust.

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Leading Through Extension: Supporting New York's Farmworkers
Mary Jo Dudley is the Director of the Cornell Farmworker Program and a faculty member in the Department of Global Development. In this episode of "Extension Out Loud," Dudley recalls the history of the Cornell Farmworker Program and shares some...
  • Cornell Cooperative Extension
  • Department of Global Development
  • Global Development
David White Boating

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Summer is a great time to be on the water. For this episode of Extension Out Loud we talked with David White, of New York Sea Grant, about the basics of boating safety. Learn how you can help insure a safe and family-friendly experience on the...
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CCE Master Gardeners

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Ashley Helmholdt is the adult program leader, extension associate, Seed to Supper coordinator, and Master Gardener Volunteer Program support lead for Cornell Garden-Based Learning, which provides horticulture educators with inspiring, research...
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What trends are we seeing in Extension work nationally and how are state Extension systems rising to meet needs highlighted by the COVID-19 pandemic? Dr. Caroline Crocoll Henney, executive director of the national Cooperative Extension System, joins the Extension Out Loud podcast to discuss these questions and the history of the Cooperative Extension System in the latest episode of Cornell Cooperative Extension’s “Leading through Extension” podcast series.
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Kimberly Kopko

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In the early days of Cornell University’s College of Human Ecology, Extension educators traveled around the state in demonstration trains to engage directly with families, especially farm wives, in their homes. Today, Cornell Cooperative Extension (CCE) Associate Director Kimberly Kopko is reimagining ways to meet families where they are with more portable parenting models that bring learning opportunities to spaces where families already get together, including schools, community and health centers, and, when necessary, online.
  • Cornell Cooperative Extension

Partner Podcasts

More expert audio by our colleagues and partner programs

The Coop-Cast

A podcast by Cornell Cooperative Extension Ulster County. Listen to "The Coop-Cast"

Dialing Into Your Best Dairy

An audio series hosted by Cornell Cooperative Extension Regional Dairy Specialists and Cornell CALS PRO-DAIRY. Listen to "Dialing Into Your Best Dairy."

Eastern New York Veg News

A biweekly podcast by the CCE Eastern NY Commercial Horticulture Program. Listen to "Eastern New York Veg News."

Family Wellness Tips Podcasts

A podcast by CCE Suffolk County that shares evidence-based information to support people in the important but sometimes difficult job of staying well and healthy. Listen to "Family Wellness Tips."

I Farm Oneida

A podcast hosted by Marylynn Collins, diary and livestock educator with Cornell Cooperative Extension Oneida County. Listen to "I Farm Oneida."

Parenting Tips

A podcast by the Family Health and Wellness program of Cornell Cooperative Extension Suffolk County. Listen to "Parenting Tips." 

PRYDE Presents: Talking Youth Research

Students in the Program for Research on Youth Development and Engagement (PRYDE) at Cornell University talk with faculty, practitioners, and other students about research to improve the health and well-being of children and adolescents. Listen to "PRYDE Presents."