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LEAD New York, a leadership training program in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, has received national recognition for innovation and creativity in community development programming. 

New York City’s L train has resumed full service following an extensive rehabilitation project that finished six months early and $100 million under budget, thanks in part to Cornell engineers.

To help protect farmworkers and slow the spread of COVID-19 in rural New York, the Cornell Farmworker Program is mobilizing local support to make and distribute face masks across the state.

A Cornell faculty member is part of a core team that has organized the Tompkins County COVID-19 Food Task Force, a nerve center working to ensure that those in need have access to food and that food producers stay in operation during the crisis.

Cornell AgriTech’s Center for Excellence for Food and Agriculture has been helping food and ag businesses adapt to the COVID-19 economy with new marketing strategies and by diversifying products.

A Cornell senior research associate served as a consultant to members of the New York State Senate on the Outdoor Rx Act, a bill that seeks to make it easier for veterans to access New York state’s scenic and restorative outdoor spaces.

A Cornell researcher is part of a multi-institution team helping upstate New York organic farmers grow and increase profitability of perennial grain crops, which can be planted once and will yield grain for multiple years.

A website developed by a Cornell team offers insight into the rate of coronavirus infections across New York state.

Aimed at informing workers, unions, employers and policy leaders across New York state, a COVID-19 and Work hub was launched April 16 by the School of Industrial and Labor relations.