Join us on June 30th to learn how streams work and ways to minimize flood risk for your community! This class is free of charge and open to the public. Certificates for municipal training credits are available.
Come learn about common pollinators (not just bees!) and four, easy ways to make your backyards and gardens prime habitats for these essential creatures. July 12th at 10am or July 14th at 7pm, cost $15 in advanced $18 at the door.
The INP has released the 2016 Seminars for Non-Profit Leaders. A prime goal of the Institute is to provide training in topics that members identify as being important to them. To view a list of Core and Elective Seminars click below
In addition to what you'll find here on our website, we offer free or low-cost workshops on topics that range from how to start an organic garden to making a home spending plan. Explore our links, check out our upcoming events, then give us a call or visit our Education Center to learn more. We're here to help, with information -- and people -- you can trust!
Wednesday, July 6th from 8-10am A Rockland County Qualified Fertilizer Law Certificate Program will be held at Rockland CCE for those interested in becoming certified.
The risk of foodborne illness increases during the summer months. Learn how to keep your family safe with these tips from the USDA.
Are you interested in joining CCE-RC Master Gardener Volunteers? You're in luck! The Application for the 2016-2017 Master Gardener Volunteer program is now available! Click below to learn more!
Rockland CCE invites you to share your stories and memories as we near our 100 year milestone. Email email@example.com with your story on how CCE Rockland has impacted your life in the past 100 years.
Our FREE Composting Education is brought to you by Rockland County Solid Waste Management Authority & CCE Rockland. Visit us at the Nyack & Suffern Farmers Markets & our Speakers Bureau Programs!
Join us in the fight against Invasive Plants! Help CCE Dutchess, Putnam Rockland And Ulster along with the NYS DEC to survey for the presence of invasive plants in the Hudson Valley this summer.
Last updated June 20, 2016