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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• Oswego County Onion Growers Twilight Meeting - Tuesday, June 23 — 5:00 pm to 7 pm - Click here for more info

• New Oswego County Harvest Guide to be printed - click here to be a part of it!

• Farmers Market Season is here - Click here market directory

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


 

• CCE Oswego Educational Programs for Youth - pdf

• 2nd Annual Fabric Sale info

• Oswego County 4-H Awards info

• Oswego County Fair - July 1 - 5 - More info here.

 

Bird Song Saunter
Friday, June 5th @ 7 pm
To paraphrase a popular movie, “The woodlands are alive with the sound of music,” – bird song of course, and the music is enchanting! Come enjoy an evening concert of avian songs, with a walk co-led by Faith Baker of the Onondaga Audubon Society and naturalist Pat Carney. Observe and listen to nature’s feathered friends who are courting, nesting, and defending territory.  Everyone is encouraged to bring a pair of binoculars to use. Amboy 4-H Environmental Education Center does have a few to borrow. More info here.

Meet the Web-Feet
Sunday, June 7th @ 2 pm
The spring skies and water echo with noise and activity as ducks, geese, herons, and other birds return to their natal ponds to court and raise their young. Participants will enjoy a slide presentation on ducks and other water bird residents of the Amboy 4-H Environmental Education Center’s ponds. Following the indoor program, participants will walk to the beaver pond, and perhaps see a Wood Duck or Merganser hen with ducklings or hear an American Bittern calling. Binoculars are recommended. The facility has a limited number available for use. More info here.

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 Eat Smart NY page! Click here for more info