Cornell Vegetable Program Enrollment

Program Areas

  • Food Safety
  • Variety Evaluation
  • Market Development
  • Pest Management
  • Cultural Practices

Enrollment Benefits

  • Telephone / Email Consultations
  • VegEdge Newsletter
  • Direct Mailings
  • Educational Meetings & Conferences
  • In-Field Educational Opportunities
  • On-Farm Research Trials

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Newsletter

Three issues of VegEdge newsletter

VegEdge is the award-winning newsletter produced by the Cornell Vegetable Program. It provides readers with information on upcoming meetings, pesticide updates, pest management strategies, cultural practices, marketing ideas and research results from Cornell and Cornell Cooperative Extension. VegEdge is produced every few weeks, with frequency increasing leading up to and during the growing season. Twenty-five issues of VegEdge are produced each year! 

VegEdge is only available to enrollees in the Cornell Vegetable Program.

All Cornell Vegetable Program enrollees receive a complimentary electronic subscription to VegEdge with their enrollment. For more information, contact Angela Ochterski.

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Archived issues of VegEdge (issues produced more than 6 months ago) can be found below.



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Financial Future--Classes for Hispanic Ag Managers

Could your business benefit from this value packed professional development opportunity? This course, Futuro Financiero, formerly known as Master Class, has increased managerial skills and communication of course graduates. Consider sharing this opportunity with your Hispanic manager and enrolling them today.

Increasing the skillset of your most valuable employees paves the way for long-term retention of the employees most committed to the ultimate success of your business. Promoting the development of leadership skills among key employees is an investment in a business owner's most valuable resource. This concept is particularly important in multi-lingual workspaces, where English and Spanish speakers convene to grown and harvest New York State's finest produce. In the Futuro Financiero course, students grow as agricultural professionals, while the farm benefits from workplace values that promote mutual respect and deeper cultural understanding.

This 5-week course will consist of 1 class (7 hrs) every other week from Thursday, February 3 through Thursday, March 3 with a graduation ceremony on Saturday, March 5. The Winter 2022 course will be held in the Western New York Lake Ontario Region. This professional development course is free of charge. However, because the course occurs during work hours, employers are expected to pay employees for their time spent in the course. Learn more about this opportunity.