Watershed Agricultural Program

Short Description

The Watershed Agricultural Program supports agriculture through the implementation of whole farm plans to protect water quality.


Cornell Cooperative Extension's Watershed Agricultural Program supports economic viability of agriculture and forestry through the implementation of whole farm plans to protect water quality and the promotion of land conservation. Working with agricultural producers in the New York City watershed region, the program helps farmers implement whole farm plans, a holistic approach to farm management used to identify and address environmental issues while maintaining the vitality of farm businesses.

Contact Information


(607) 865-7090

Mailing Address

  • 44 West Street, Suite 1
  • Walton
  • New York, NY 13856

Program Details


  • College of Agriculture and Life Sciences


  • Department of Natural Resources


Information For

  • Schools and Educators
  • Businesses and Professionals
  • General Public


  • Energy and Environment
  • Natural Resources
  • Pollution
  • Waste Management
  • Agriculture
  • Animal Health and Husbandry
  • Community Development
  • Public Participation
  • Public Health Management
  • Learning and Teaching: In School and Out
  • Math
  • Algebra
  • Calculus/Pre-calculus
  • Geometry
  • Measurement
  • Number Sense and Operations
  • Probability and Statistics
  • Trigonometry
  • Science
  • Chemistry
  • Computing
  • Sustainability
  • Agriculture
  • Natural Resources
  • Water and Waste
  • Economics
  • Geography
  • Curriculum, Instruction, & Testing
  • Professional Development
  • Business and Economic Development

Types of Programs

  • Training and Professional Development

Service Area

  • Central New York Region
  • Hudson Valley Region
  • New York City Region

Service Providers

  • Faculty
  • Staff

Fee Structure

This program does not have a fee.

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