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For the last seven years we have been actively developing non-chemical, reduced risk and organic cultural pest management programs for golf turf. This work has attracted great interest in the U.S. and abroad and has spurred growth in our evaluation of new technologies. Taken in concert, the existing research is ready for expanded application, and we have begun delivery via a number of educational strategies.


Nutrition programming through Cooperative Extension programs focus not only on updated nutrition content but also the quality of program delivery and lasting behavioral impacts in the target audience. To this end, trainings on both nutrition content, facilitation methods and program management are delivered in county, regional, statewide and multi-state settings.


Oversight of the quality of nutrition education delivered through Cornell Cooperative Extension Associations is provided by this unit to ensure quality nutrition education and stewardship of funds.