Who we are?  
  We are an organization dedicated to improving the quality of life in Oswego County. Acting in partnership with Oswego County Government, and other county agencies, we bring evidence-based solution to issues affecting individuals, families and communities.
 
 What we do?  
  We provide "real world" educational programs to people who live and work in Oswego County, with a special emphasis on families. Through education, we give people the opportunity to make meaningful decisions that will impact their lives.
 
 Why we do it?  
  We believe that education can change lives and communities while improving society for everyone. We are dedicated in our approach and committed to working with everyone toward beneficial change.

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Beginning Farmer Workshop Series - Thursday nights for 6 weeks, click here for more info.

Thanks to everyone who made the 5th Annual Oswego County Harvest Dinner a great success!

Buy Local! Use the Harvest Guide- Available Online! Click here to learn more!


 

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• Leave It to Beavers
Sunday, November 2nd -2:00 p.m

As daylight grows shorter and the air temperatures cool, a change of behavior is noted in beaver colonies.  After an indoor introduction on beaver natural history and adaptations, participants will walk over to the large pond in hopes of observing some activity by the resident beavers.  Participants will also keep a watchful eye for herons, ducks, mink and other interesting pond life.  Everyone should dress for cool weather walk.  A limited number of binoculars are available for use. 
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• Feeding Our Feathered Friends
Sunday, November 16th -2:00 p.m

Late autumn and winter is a wonderful time for people to become acquainted with the avian friends who share all our seasons of the year.  Feeding Our Feathered Friends features a slide presentation and talk with naturalist Pat Carney to introduce the real snow birds and local song birds that endure the rigors of winter with us.  Birds’ habitat, foraging techniques and seed preferences will be discussed.  Following the indoor program, the group will talk a short wander along the trails to look for some of these feathered friends. 
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The Amboy 4-H Environmental Education Center, owned and operated by Cornell Cooperative Extension of Oswego County's 4-H Program, consists of 150 acres of mixed woods, wetlands, and Rowell Brook. Three miles of hiking trails guide visitors through the ecosystems and are available to the public year round, from dusk until dawn.

 

• Check out the NEW Eat Smart NY page! Click here for more info