A Free Webinar, “Managing the Strawberry Sap Beetle and Tarnished Plant Bug”, the second of the strawberry mini series will air live Tuesday, September 22nd, 2009 at 12:45 PM. Dr. Greg Loeb, Cornell University, will speak about managing strawberry sap beetle and tarnished plant bug; Dr. Richard Cowles, University of Connecticut, will help growers better understand strawberry vine weevil and its management. Read more
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 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."
Watch the November 8, 2011 Unofficial General Elections Results for Cattaraugus County starting at 9:00PM on November 8!
“Halloween can be great fun for our kids, but unfortunately there are people out there who may harm them. Being prepared is the first step in assuring all goes well. Make a plan for the night and talk to your kids about how to stay safe. You can make the difference." - Sheriff Whitcomb
To keep kids safe during Halloween follow these simple rules