The Cornell Cooperative Extension System extends Cornell University's land-grant programs to citizens all across New York State. With a presence in every county and New York City. CCE puts research into practice by providing high-value educational programs and university-based resources that help solve real-life problems.
Cornell Cooperative Extension is a partnership among federal, state, and local governments, the national land grant system, and Cornell University.
Program Council provides input to the directors of Cornell Cooperative Extension and the two agricultural experiment stations, setting policy directives for research and extension funding for the state of New York.
Program Work Teams are groups of faculty and staff, extension educators, and external stakeholders who identify issues, study needs, create educational materials, and design learning experiences.
Read the CCE Statement on Diversity.