WELCOME! Our website is full of information and upcoming programs, but here are a few items of interest:
4-H Camp Shankitunk
Camp is not just a weekend in the woods. It is what happens to campers, what they take home in their memories, in their new purposes, in their improved and newly acquired skills, in their friendships, in their appreciation of nature and out-of-doors.
Register on line at: www.campshankitunk.org or print the brochure below and mail in your deposit. Weeks fill up fast, so don’t delay. Overnight and day camp available.
Week 1-June30-July 5 – Carnival Week
Week 2-July 7-July12 – Jungle Week
Week 3-July 14-19 – Wonka Week
Week 4 – July 21-July 26 – Wet & Wild Week
Week 5 – July 28-August 2 – Luau Week
WALTON & DEPOSIT FARMERS’ MARKETS
Walton – Veterans Plaza, 181 Delaware St., Every Friday, July-September, 10:00am – 2:00pm
Deposit – 1st United Methodist Church, 107 Second St., Thursdays, August 15 & September 19 only, 10:00am – 2:00pm
WIC clients and senior citizens may redeem Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program coupons at these locations.
Fruit & vegetable prescription program bucks also redeemed at these locations.
Interested in being a vendor at either location? Contact CCE at 607-865-6531.
NYS 4-H Forestry Weekend
May 3rd – 5th, 2019
At 4-H Camp Shankitunk in Delaware County
Join youth from across the state for a weekend of forestry activities, games, and competition. This three-day event is for youth ages 10 and up, staff, and volunteers interested in learning more about forests. We will also be
selecting the team to represent New York State at the 2018 National Forestry Invitational (must be 14-19 for the national event).
Cost is $43 per person and includes food and materials, and cabin lodging. (A $95 value!)
Two chaperones per county get a discounted rate of $30 Space is limited.
For more information go to:
Or contact Andrew Randazzo at [email protected] or 518 318-1180
NYS 4-H STEM CAMP
June 14-June 16
4-H Camp Shankitunk, Delhi
STEM camp has seven courses to choose from. Each camper chooses one course to learn about for the weekend. You may choose from Archery Dynamics, Backyard Engineering, Code Explorers, Micro-organisms, Rockery I or II and Outdoor Survival. Class size is limited and will be filled on first-come, first-serve basis.
STEM Camp is open to any youth ages 10 and older. You DO NOT have to a 4-Her to attend. The fee is $75 per participant.
See attached for more information.
CHESAPEAKE BAY WATERSHED IMPLEMENTATION PLAN MEETINGS
Watershed Implementation Plans (WIP) are required to be developed for each state within the Chesapeake Bay Watershed, to serve as a guide for meeting the pollution reduction targets to improve water quality.
Please join us for a brief overview of the WIP with a chance to provide feedback and ask questions. Each event will cover the same information.
Monday, April 8, 1pm-3pm, Campville Fire Station #3, Owego.
Tuesday, April 9, Noon-2:00pm, Hamilton Public Library
Wednesday, April 10, 11am – 1pm, Dragonfly Distillery, Marathon
Thursday, April 11, 1pm-3pm, SUNY Oneonta, Morris Conference Ctr
Friday, April 12, 1pm-3pm, Steuben County Civil Defense Bldg, Bath
For for information, click on the attached flyer.
Cornell Cooperative Extension’s Disaster Education Network has extensive resources available to help you address concerns regarding winter storms or severe cold weather.