A Free Webinar, “Alternative Production Methods for Strawberries”, will kick off the strawberry mini series when it airs live September 9th, 2009 at 12:45 PM. Featured speakers for this webcast are Dr. Lewis Jett, West Virginia State University, and Ms. Kathy Demchak, Penn State University. Dr. Jett will be speaking on growing strawberries in high tunnels. Ms. Demchak will be speaking on northeast approaches to growing strawberries on plastic. Read more
The Cattaraugus County Fair will be on August 3-9, 2009. There will be Animals, Amusement Rides, crafts, food, games and more!
Visit CattaraugusCoFair.com for more information on the Cattaraugus County Fair .
Jason Aldean performing live with special guest The Willow Creek Band on August 6th at 7:30PM at the 2009
Tickets can be purchased at the Cattaraugus County Fairgrounds Corporate Building or by phone at 716-938-9146. Read more
The 2009 Cattaraugus County Summer Youth Program begins soon!
Sign up on May 18, 2009 from 2:45pm to 4:00pm at the Franklinville Area Clerk's Office, Park Square, Franklinville, NY
This program is for income eligible youth age 14 through 24. If interested in applying, please bring the necessary paperwork to the nearest or most convenient site in your area.
If you are under 18, have your parent or legal guardian accompany you. Read more
Pierce Whitney Woods Walk
Saturday, October 18, 2008 (Rain date: October 25)
Please join us at the Cornell Cooperative Extension Pierce Whitney Forest for a woods walk at 10:00 AM with Forester, Bruce Robinson and CCE Master Forest Owner, Jeff Rupp. The property is located on Route 242 south of Machias. Read more
The downloads below contain a series of fact sheets produced by the NYS Department of Health intended to provide guidance to NYS residents on the proper construction, maintenance and use of private water supplies. Please note that these fact sheets are intended to supplement the "NYS Sanitary Code - Subpart 5-1, Appendix B: Standards for Water Wells."
A new exhibit, “Buttons and Bows”, has opened at the Cattaraugus County Museum in Machias. The exhibit showcases ladies’ fashion and accessories from the mid-nineteenth century through the 1960s. Of particular interest are extensive collections of ladies’ hand fans and hats.