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Grow with CCE Garden Project

Grow with CCE Garden Project

Liz Callahan and Kristen Pulleyblank break the ground on the project. (Photo by Larissa Ryan)

On Friday, September 16, Cornell Cooperative Extension of Schoharie and Otsego Counties (CCE) along with the Master Gardeners of Otsego County (MG) held a groundbreaking celebration for their joint effort, Grow with Cornell Cooperative Extension Garden Project, at the extension’s Cooperstown office at 123 Lake Street.

“When completed, we will take the dirt and gravel parking lot of the CCE building and convert it to into sustainable gardens and landscapes which immerse participants and visitors in an accessible education environment with multiple learning opportunities. At the same time we hope to create an aesthetically pleasing, learning environment,” said Liz Callahan, Executive Director of CCE and this project.

“The garden site will incorporate raised beds, low-maintenance and native plants, pollinator gardens, annual and perennial flowerbeds, vegetable and kitchen gardens, small fruit planting demonstrations, and more,” she said.

HAPPENIN’ OTSEGO for SATURDAY, AUGUST 24, 2019
HAPPENIN’ OTSEGO for SATURDAY, AUGUST 24

Explore Area Farms

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FAMILY FARM DAY – 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. Explore local farms throughout Schoharie, Otsego, and Delaware Counties. Tour, try products, learn about farming from fish farming to beekeeping, more. Pick up your farm guide from participating, farms, farmer’s markets, libraries, more in the 3 counties. Call 607-547-2536 or download guide from www.familyfarmday.org 

Groundbreaking Ceremony Planned For New Animal Shelter
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Groundbreaking Ceremony

Planned For Animal Shelter

COOPERSTOWN – With adoptable animals, a pet photo booth and more, the Susquehanna SPCA will break ground on their new animal shelter building on Saturday, Aug,. 24

“We invite animal lovers, shelter supporters and volunteers from across the region to join us with their pets for an afternoon of fun as we celebrate this momentous occasion,” said SQSPCA Executive Director Stacie Haynes. “If you’re not familiar with our work, this is also a great time to come learn about our organization and see us in action.”

GROUND BROKEN ON 50-JOB OFFICES

GROUND BROKEN

ON 50-JOB BANK 

Farm Credit East Offices To Open In Year

A ceremonial groundbreaking this morning launched construction of Farm Credit East’s 50-job regional headquarters on Route 80 (West Lake Road), Town of Springfield, a quarter-mile north of the Glimmerglass Festival. When complete in a year, the office will combine Farm Credit’s Sangerfield and Cobleskill offices. Participating were, from left, Sangerfield manager Craig Pollock; Ken Rizzo, Sano-Rubin Construction, Albany; Dave Hollander, Sano-Rubin president; Theresa Drerup and Kurt Ofer, principals in Altonview Architects, Cooperstown; John Camp, C&S Engineers, Syracuse; attorney Doug Zamelis, Springfield; Bill Elsey, Springfield town supervisor; Priscilla Barry, chair, Springfield town Planning Board; Cobleskill manager Rob Hurkewecz; Dave Pugh, director, Farm Credit’s country living loans; Skip Hardie, Lansing, Farm Credit board member, and Cooperstown native Mike Reynolds, Farm Credit executive vice president, now based in New Jersey. On the hill in the background is the former mansion of the Ryerson family, which owned the property for decades. Nearby, a crew from Barney & Sons, Morris, was drilling the well for the project. (Jim Kevlin/AllOTSEGO.com)
A ceremonial groundbreaking this morning launched construction of Farm Credit East’s 50-job regional headquarters on Route 80 (West Lake Road), Town of Springfield, a quarter-mile north of the Glimmerglass Festival. When complete in a year, the office will combine Farm Credit’s Sangerfield and Cobleskill offices. Participating were, from left, Sangerfield manager Craig Pollock; Ken Rizzo, Sano-Rubin Construction, Albany; Dave Hollander, Sano-Rubin president; Theresa Drerup and Kurt Ofer, principals in Altonview Architects, Cooperstown;  attorney Doug Zamelis, Springfield; John Camp, C&S Engineers, Syracuse; Bill Elsey, Springfield town supervisor; David Pugh, director, Farm Credit’s county living loans; Priscilla Barry, chair, Springfield town Planning Board; Cobleskill manager Rob Hurkewecz; Skip Hardie, Lansing, Farm Credit board member, and Cooperstown native Mike Reynolds, Farm Credit executive vice president, now based in New Jersey. On the hill in the background is the former mansion of the Ryerson family, which owned the property for decades. Nearby, a crew from Barney & Sons, Morris, was drilling the well for the project. (Jim Kevlin/AllOTSEGO.com)

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