Featured education programs
Cornell Garden-Based Learning Program provides, lessons, program tools, videos and training for garden educators, as well as the research that supports the benefits of garden-based programs. Includes information about Master Gardener Volunteer training.
The Cornell Small Farms Program offers a suite of more than 20 online courses, primarily taught by Cornell Cooperative Extension educators, to help farmers improve their technical and business skills.
Cornell University's botanical gardens, arboretum and nature preserves. Offers educational programs for all ages including classes, tours, a fall lecture series and more.
Because we believe learning by doing is key, these online courses in botanical illustration, permaculture, organic gardening and garden design feature practical, hands-on activities.
Provides students with opportunities for experiential learning, group collaboration and research. Hosts work parties where volunteers get hands-on experience the latest in sustainable ag practices.
Working in partnership with Cornell, the NYS Dept. of Agriculture and Markets and the NYS Education Department to create an agriculturally literate generation by developing the agriculture leaders of tomorrow.