More than 300 winemakers, grape growers, distributors, marketers, educators and others attended the sixth annual B.E.V. NY conference and symposium Feb. 27-March 1.
The ILR School held an opening ceremony Feb. 28 for its New York City hub, at the historic GE building at 570 Lexington Ave., which will be a center for ILR and nine other colleges and programs.
Unveiling a new economic impact analysis model, a Cornell team found the state’s apple industry has a 21 percent larger economic impact than traditional models suggest.
Mark Whitmore, extension associate in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, briefed congressional staffers on an invasive species threatening hemlock trees and ways to combat it.
New York State Sen. Catharine Young, R-57th Dist., has been named director of the New York State Center of Excellence for Food and Agriculture at Cornell AgriTech.
The Cornell-led New York Soil Health Initiative has just released its Soil Health Roadmap, which identifies ways farmers and land managers can adopt better soil health practices.
After years of advocating for funding to improve the infrastructure for grape research, U.S. Sen. Charles E. Schumer announced Feb. 26 $68.9 million to build a new federal grape genetics research lab at Cornell AgriTech in Geneva, New York.
As climate change threatens coastal areas, experts from the New York Sea Grant program are involved in a project to protect the state’s shorelines and the people who live near them.
A research project supported by the ILR School's Yang-Tan Institute is helping to give young people with disabilities a chance at better lives through education, work.