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Professional development for educators

Cornell Garden-Based Learning Program provides, lessons, program toolsvideos and training for garden educators, as well as the research that supports the benefits of garden-based programsNew York Agriculture in the Classroom helps educators, students, and their communities learn about and engage with agriculture and food systems.

Public gardens and farms

cornell botanic gardensCornell Botanic Gardens -- the university's botanical gardens, arboretum and nature preserves -- offers programs for all ages including classes, a fall lecture series and more. Dilmun Hill Student Farm -- Cornell's student-run farm managed by CUAES -- gives students and the community hands-on experience in ecological agriculture.

Distance Learning

Horticulture distance learning offers online courses in permaculture, botanical illustration and more for gardeners and professionals.  Northeast Beginning Farmers Project offers 5 to 7 week courses for aspiring, new and experienced farmers. View selected SIPS seminars live or later on YouTube.