Affiliated Programs

Affiliated Programs: Working Together to Promote Sustainable Food and Agriculture Systems for Healthy Communities

Many Cornell programs are actively working together to help develop new agriculture and food system opportunities for NY.

The Cornell Small Farms Program enhances research and extension support for New York’s smaller farms.

Community and Rural Development Institute Program conducts research, education and training for local government leaders, community organizations, policymakers.

NYS Integrated Pest Management Program conducts research, demonstrations, education, and outreach as part of a comprehensive plan to protect our health, our economic well-being, and our environment.

Organic at Cornell The information on this website is a valuable resource for farmers and gardeners, agricultural educators, governmental agency representatives, university faculty and extension educators, and all others interested in organic production systems.

Dilmun Hill Student Farm. Dilmun Hill is a student-run farm that has been practicing sustainable agriculture on Cornell University’s campus for more than a decade.

MacDaniels Nut Grove. The MacDaniels Nut Grove is a forest farming and agroforestry research and education center located in the Cornell Plantations Upper Cascadilla Natural Area.

Department of Horticuture. The Cornell Department of Horticulture  extends knowledge about fruits, vegetables and landscape plants for the purpose of sustaining the environment, enhancing economic vitality, and improving the quality of life for individuals and communities.

Agriculture Marketing and Management The Agricultural Marketing and Management Program Work Team offers annual conferences and monthly article features.

NY Farm Link NY FarmLink provides educational resources, consulting, and opportunities that enable more farms to be transferred and joint ventures to be developed for the economic enhancement of New York State agriculture.

Department of Animal Science. The Cornell Department of Animal Science aims to discover and disseminate new knowledge about the biology & management of domestic animals and to apply this knowledge to benefit society.