Agroforestry Resource Center

Cornell University Cooperative Extension’s Agroforestry Resource Center is a demonstration, research, and education center that focuses on the way woodlands benefit living organisms and waterways. Since 2003, the center has hosted a variety of educational events for members of the community that have taken an interest in sustainability. Groups can tour the art gallery in the conference room of the resource center where they will find nature and landscape art curated by Stanley Maltzman. Educational programs cover topics such as stream ecology, natural resources, stewardship, and agriculture.

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Agroforestry Resource Center

Cornell University Cooperative Extension’s Agroforestry Resource Center is a demonstration, research, and education center that focuses on the way woodlands benefit living organisms and waterways. Since 2003, the center has hosted a variety of educational events for members of the community that have taken an interest in sustainability. Groups can tour the art gallery in the conference room of the resource center where they will find nature and landscape art curated by Stanley Maltzman. Educational programs cover topics such as stream ecology, natural resources, stewardship, and agriculture.

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Agroforestry Resource Center

Cornell University Cooperative Extension’s Agroforestry Resource Center is a demonstration, research, and education center that focuses on the way woodlands benefit living organisms and waterways. Since 2003, the center has hosted a variety of educational events for members of the community that have taken an interest in sustainability. Groups can tour the art gallery in the conference room of the resource center where they will find nature and landscape art curated by Stanley Maltzman. Educational programs cover topics such as stream ecology, natural resources, stewardship, and agriculture.

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Agroforestry Resource Center

Cornell University Cooperative Extension’s Agroforestry Resource Center is a demonstration, research, and education center that focuses on the way woodlands benefit living organisms and waterways. Since 2003, the center has hosted a variety of educational events for members of the community that have taken an interest in sustainability. Groups can tour the art gallery in the conference room of the resource center where they will find nature and landscape art curated by Stanley Maltzman. Educational programs cover topics such as stream ecology, natural resources, stewardship, and agriculture.

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