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Cornell Cooperative Extension’s Katie Baildon and Paul Treadwell highlight the impact that CCE has on the daily lives of New Yorkers through engaging interviews with researchers, educators, and practitioners. Their wide-ranging conversations explore agriculture, food systems, nutrition, sustainable energy, youth development and more.
 
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Episode links: Episode Transcript: PAUL TREADWELL: Welcome to Extension Out Loud, a podcast from Cornell Cooperative Extension. I am Paul Treadwell. KATIE BAILDON: And I'm Katie Baildon. PAUL TREADWELL: This is our final episode in the Living Through Extension series that we've been running. And as a side note, it's also the final episode that my c…
 
Episode transcript: PAUL TREADWELL: Welcome to Extension Out Loud, a podcast from Cornell Cooperative Extension. I'm Paul Treadwell. KATIE BAILDON: And I'm Katie Baildon. PAUL TREADWELL: We got a chance to sit down and talk to-- KATIE BAILDON: We talked to Mary Jo Dudley. She's senior extension associate and director of the Cornell Farmworker Progr…
 
Summer is a great time to be on the water. For this episode of Extension Out Loud we talked with David White, of New York Sea Grant, about the basics of boating safety. Learn how you can help insure a safe and family friendly experience on the great waterways of New York State. Transcript: Paul Treadwell Welcome to extension out loud, a podcast fro…
 
The Cornell Chicken recipe has a storied history. During this conversation with Reenie Baker Sandsted - daughter of Dr. Baker, and Sarah Sandsted - grandaughter of Dr. Baker, we dive into the origins of this recipe. We also discuss other poultry innovations that Dr. Baker is responsible for. Recorded August 2018 at the New York State Fair. Original…
 
What trends are we seeing in Extension work nationally and how are state Extension systems rising to meet needs highlighted by the COVID-19 pandemic? Dr. Caroline Crocoll Henney, executive director of the national Cooperative Extension System, joins the Extension Out Loud podcast to discuss these questions and the history of the Cooperative Extensi…
 
What trends are we seeing in Extension work nationally and how are state Extension systems rising to meet needs highlighted by the COVID-19 pandemic? Dr. Caroline Crocoll Henney, executive director of the national Cooperative Extension System, joins the Extension Out Loud podcast to discuss these questions and the history of the Cooperative Extensi…
 
In this episode of “Extension Out Loud,” CCE Associate Director Kimberly Kopko introduces listeners to the history and evolution of the College of Human Ecology and how its mission to support New York state families has endured. For show notes and the episode transcript visit: https://cals.cornell.edu/news/2021/05/leading-through-extension-supporti…
 
Historian and professor Scott Peters has dedicated over two decades to examining the dynamic relationships that scientists, scholars, and extension educators at land-grant universities have with the communities they serve. In this episode, Peters traces the history of extension systems and engages with the difficult question: what exactly is extens…
 
Under Anu Rangarajan’s direction, the Cornell Small Farms Program builds networks and cultivates relationships among new, aspiring, and longtime farmers across the state. During the past year, when staying connected feels harder than ever, Rangarajan, also an assistant director of Cornell Cooperative Extension, and her team created space for human …
 
Hands-on youth development programming looks different these days, with more youth, educators, and 4-H volunteers gathering virtually and making full use of digital communication and learning platforms. What hasn’t changed is 4-H's enduring commitment to nurturing the heads, hearts, hands, and health of youth across the New York state. In this epis…
 
In this episode of “Extension Out Loud,” a podcast by Cornell Cooperative Extension (CCE), Benjamin Houlton, the Ronald P. Lynch Dean of the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, shares his journey and his vision for carrying forth Cornell’s Land Grant mission in New York state. For additional show notes and the episode transcript, visit: https…
 
The latest episode of Cornell Cooperative Extension (CCE)'s "Extension Out Loud" podcast explores a community science project aimed at mitigating the impacts of flooding in Jamaica Bay, NY.Residents of Jamaica Bay, coastal neighborhoods located in Brooklyn(Kings County) and Queens (Queens County), are experiencing tidal flooding at increasing frequ…
 
Each year the Cornell Cooperative Extension (CCE) Summer Internship Program invites dozens of students from across Cornell to engage with CCE staff on a broad variety of applied projects. This summer, three interns worked with 4-H program leaders from Dutchess, Columbia-Green, and Ulster counties on a Rural Storytelling Project. The project, offere…
 
This summer 4-H camp leader across New York State found themselves with a difficult task: preserve the camp spirit while following COVID-19 health and safety requirements. They rose to the task with unusual, engaging, fun and creative projects and activities for children and whole families! Listen in for an inspiring conversation about how 4-H camp…
 
Since her early years on her family's farm in Horseheads, NY Kathryn J. Boor's life has been dedicated to furthering New York state agriculture. As her tenure as Dean of the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS) at Cornell University comes to a close, Dean Boor joins Extension Out Loud to share wisdom, reflections, and hopes for the futur…
 
Swallow-wart (aka dog-strangling-vine) is a nonnative creeping vine-like plant that is native to the Mediterranean and has become harmful to ecosystems and livestock health in New York State. CCE Educators Sharon Bachman and Laura Bailey are partnering with Carrie Brown-Lima, director of the New York Invasive Species Research Institute, to control …
 
Marylynn Collins, dairy and livestock educator with CCE Oneida County, hosts the I Farm Oneida podcast providing crop and dairy farmers with weekly crop reports and periodic policy updates. In this episode, Katie and Paul welcome Marylynn to Extension Out Loud to talk about her podcast and to share an episode on safely engaging in Farmer’s Markets …
 
While Extension Out Loud took a break, the Eastern New York Vegetable News podcast has been hard at work keeping growers informed about policy changes and growing conditions. In this featured episode, Ethan Grundberg, vegetable specialist with CCE and host of Eastern New York Vegetable News podcast, talks with a local farmer about messaging and the…
 
Jeff is the highway superintendent in the Town of Prebble. He joins Extension Out Loud to share his "soup-to-nuts" role in maintaining and repairing roads and responding to local emergencies. Transcript PDF: https://cornell.box.com/s/wtzj0zayxm7lj9xtlwkoefv358wr9x28על ידי Cornell Cooperative Extension
 
After a few months of pause, Extension Out Loud is back! In an interview recorded this February, Katie and Paul discuss the Cornell Local Roads program with program director David Orr. Do you know who maintains the road you live on or the road you drive to work on? Maybe you’ve never thought about it less there’s a pothole or snowstorm. Listen in t…
 
CCE Assistant Director, Keith Tidball joins Extension Out Loud hosts Katie Baildon and Paul Treadwell to discuss CCE’s role in preparing and responding to natural, technical, and man-made hazards. Episode Transcript (pdf): https://cornell.box.com/s/zxpubzlszi6zn0dn586dfle11oc303p3Links:CCE EDEN website: https://eden.cce.cornell.edu/About APREP: htt…
 
The leaves have peaked. The air has chilled. The clocks have fallen back. It’s undeniably November, and everyone is talking turkey.Offering a bird’s eye view of the turkey scene in New York state, we are joined by Mo Tidball, a nutrition educator at Cornell Cooperative Extension Seneca County and the creator of the Wild Harvest Table website. An ex…
 
CCE summer interns extend and exploreWhat may have felt like a short amount of time was long on influence for the 29 Cornell undergrads who spent their summer working and conducting research in New York state communities across New York state as Cornell Cooperative Extension (CCE) interns. During this episode we talk to 5 of interns about their sum…
 
We sat down with Assemblywoman Donna Lupardo, Representative for the 123 NY Assembly District and Chair of the Assembly agriculture committee to discuss hemp legislation, consumer protection and more. Recorded at Empire Farm Days.Episode Transcript: https://cornell.box.com/s/p6bqb8csctijk8yjdsf85cg4rowwvm4nCredits:Title and End Music by Ryan Anders…
 
Larry Smart, professor of horticulture at Cornell University's School of Integrated Plant Science and Associate Director of Cornell Agritech talks about NYS hemp. In part 2 of this 2 part series, Larry discusses hemp production research and the newly funded Cornell hemp seed bank.Links:Cornell Hemp: https://hemp.cals.cornell.edu/Cornell Hemp on Twi…
 
Larry Smart, professor of horticulture at Cornell University's School of Integrated Plant Science and Associate Director of Cornell Agritech talks about NYS hemp. In part 1 of this 2 part series, Larry discusses uses of the hemp plant including CBD, hemp for fiber and hemp for food and feed.Links:Cornell Hemp: https://hemp.cals.cornell.edu/Cornell …
 
At the annual Empire Farm Days event in Seneca Falls, NY, "Extension Out Loud" hosts sat down with Mario Miranda Sazo, a cultural practices specialist with Cornell Cooperative Extension's Lake Ontario Fruit Program. Mario shares how is career lead him from Chile to NYS and how digital agriculture may shape the future of the apple industry. Links:La…
 
How is the 2019 growing season shaping up and what should we expect from this year’s harvest? 8 CCE specialists from across NYS join Extension Out Loud to share their insights and observations. Tune in to learn what NY growers are facing in their fields, gardens and vineyards and how they are adapting to combat climate, weather, and pest challenges…
 
The Cornell Chicken recipe has a storied history. During this conversation with Reenie Baker Sandsted - daughter of Dr. Baker, and Sarah Sandsted - grandaughter of Dr. Baker, we dive into the origins of this recipe. We also discuss other poultry innovations that Dr. Baker is responsible for. Recorded August 2018 at the New York State Fair.Links:Ori…
 
In the midst of camp enrollment season, Shawn Tiede, the NYS 4-H camps specialist, and Jim Hooper, manager of 4-H Camp Bristol Hills in Canandaigua, NY, join “Extension Out Loud” to discuss what New York State 4-H camps have to offer. From crafts and physical activity to culinary workshops, this episode covers the breadth of learning opportunities …
 
Sam Anderson and Yolanda Gonzalez urban agriculture specialists with the Cornell Cooperative Extension Harvest New York team join Extension Out Loud to discuss their work with growers and producers in NYC. They talk production methods, interesting value added products, community engagement, soil health, and the diversity of taste preferences in one…
 
How can exploring one’s identity and self-purpose help youth get more out of programs, such as 4-H? Dr. Tony Burrow, associate professor in the Department of Human Development at Cornell’s College of Human Ecology shares his research on the benefits of helping youth think about long-term personal goals and self-identifying “their why” prior to intr…
 
In the first episode of season 3, Julie Suarez, Associate Dean of Governmental and Community Relations in the College of Agriculture and Life Science at Cornell University, joins Extension Out Loud once again to discuss the provisions of the newly passed 2018 farm bill. Julie breaks down how the longest government shutdown in the books has impacted…
 
Join us as we talk to Kitty O'Neil and Mike Hunter of CCE's North Country Regional Ag team about this year's harvest. This is our final episode of 2019 - Join us again in the new year, and don't forget to take our survey and let us know what you think about Extension Out Loud. All data is gathered is anonymous and will help us shape upcoming episod…
 
In this episode we talk with Hans Walter-Peterson - Team Leader for the Finger Lakes Grape Program and Tim Wiegle - Team Leader of the Lake Erie Regional Grape Program. Not surprisingly, our conversation focuses on the 2018 harvest for grapes.Please, take our survey and let us know what you think about Extension Out Loud. All data is gathered is an…
 
Just in time for Thanksgiving! Our 3 Harvest Highlights 2018 episode is an exploration of the wild harvest this year with Moira Tidball- CCE Seneca's Nutrition Issue Leader and creator of the Wild Harvest Table website. We discuss a range of issues, including the use of ingredients such as squirrel, canned Canada goose and much much more!Please tak…
 
It's our second Harvest Highlight. Apples and Berries are where it's at this episode! We talk with three of our specialists in the field to learn about this years growing season and harvest/ Our guest are Craig Kahlke -Team Leader, Fruit Quality Management Lake Ontario Fruit Program, Mike Basedow -Tree Fruit Specialist Eastern New York Commercial H…
 
The first of our 2018 Harvest Highlights series. Today we talk with Ethan Grundberg and Judson Reid, two of our vegetable specialists, about the growing season and what this years harvest looks like.Please take our survey and let us know what you think about Extension Out Loud. All data is gathered is anonymous and will help us shape upcoming episo…
 
In the last episode of the farm bill series, Extension Out Loud hosts discuss nutrition programming with Lara Parrilla, nutrition & community development issue leader with CCE Tompkins County and Randi Quackenbush, advocacy & education manager with the Food Bank of the Southern Tier. Please take our survey and let us know what you think about Exten…
 
In this episode we talk with Dr. Andrew Novakovic, E.V. Baker Professor of Agricultural Economics at the Dyson School at Cornell University. This conversation explores the economics of dairy and current challenges that dairy farmers are facing with a focus on the impact of the farm bill on the NYS dairy industry. Please take our survey and let us k…
 
Guests Jerry Bertoldo, dairy specialist with CCE Northwest NY Dairy, Livestock & Field Crops Program and Tom Overton, CCE associate director and director of PRO-DIARY, discuss CCE programs supporting dairy farmers across New York State.Download episode transcript (pdf) : https://cornell.box.com/s/jdwwfe6ueoxlyyyoy28qug24kt4elm3hRelevant Links:Corne…
 
What does international trade have to do with the dairy industry? Agricultural economist Dr. Andrew Novakovic explains in this snippet from an upcoming Extension Out Loud podcast episode. Hosts Katie and Paul and their guest went on a timely tangent about trade, tariffs, and NYS dairy that gives important context to the trade negotiations that are …
 
After we wrapped up Episode 3 we talked with Cheryl Thayer about several of the programs she mentioned and she graciously agreed to venture out into the world and talk with Dave Walczak of the western New York food hub, and Bridget O'Brien Wood Director of Child Nutrition Services for the Buffalo, New York school district.Episode 3 Bonus transcript…
 
In this episode we talk with Cheryl Thayer, Local Food Distribution and Marketing Specialist with the Cornell Cooperative Extension Harvest New York Team.Cheryl is actively working to support and grow local food systems here in New York. This episode – while it does discuss the farm Bill – explores the idea of local food systems more broadly. We ta…
 
In this episode we explore the impacts of Title 2 - Conservation - of the Farm Bill. We talk with Dr, Amanda Rodewald of the Cornell Lab of Ornithology and Allan Gandelman, of Main Street Farms about the impact of conservation funding through the Farm Bill. The farm bill is the largest source of funding for private land conservation in the country.…
 
Welcome to Episode 1 of Extension Out Loud!In this episode, Julie Suarez, Associate Dean of Governmental and Community Relations in the College of Agriculture and Life Science at Cornell University, discusses the history and process of passing the farm bill as well as its current status in Congress. She also discusses the particular importance of t…
 
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