Cornell Cooperative Extension of Schoharie and Otsego Counties announced that the organization has reached more than 70% of their goal in obtaining contributions to fund the Grow with Cornell Cooperative Extension campaign. The campaign was launched in November to redevelop the grounds of the organization’s Education and Outreach Center in Cooperstown into teaching and education gardens.

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The Price Chopper-Golub Foundation has awarded the Extension a grant to develop and demonstrate the value of rain gardens. The rain garden will be installed in a buffer zone between the parking pavement and a pedestrian entryway into the Center’s gardens. Anyone interested in the Education and Outreach Center or its gardens can visit cceschoharie-otsego.org. See a drawing of the gardens below...

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