Food and Finance High School students in Manhattan learn about sustainable food production by raising tilapia, shrimp and lobster in the Learning Lab.
Cornell Cooperative Extension’s Vegetable Specialist, Darcy Telenko shares insights on what climate change means for urban farming.
The newly-formed Cornell Center for Health Equity (CCHEq) held its inaugural symposium on March 15 and 16 at Weill Cornell Medicine. Dr. David Satcher’s keynote address emphasized that health equity means “everyone has the opportunity to achieve their highest state of health.” The CCHEq brings together researchers from Weill Cornell Medicine, Cornell’s Ithaca campus, and […]
The New York State 4-H Foundation is recognizing 4-H true leaders from around the state and this week’s #TrueLeaders Tuesday highlight is 4-H alumnus Lazarus Lynch from New York City. Lazarus was a member of the Food & Finance High School 4-H Club in Manhattan and worked with the Cornell Hydroponics, Aquaculture & Aquaponics Learning Labs. He […]