Finger Lakes Grape Program Enrollment

Program Areas

  • Pest Management
  • Vineyard Nutrition
  • Crop Management
  • Market Development
  • Farm Business

Enrollment Benefits

  • Vineyard Consultations
  • Finger Lakes Vineyard Update
  • Semi-monthly Finger Lakes Vineyard Notes
  • Educational Meetings & Conferences
  • Discounted Conference Registration Fees

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Enrollment

EnrollmentWe invite you to enroll in the Finger Lakes Grape Program in 2020. When you enroll in the FLGP, you have a direct link to the latest information from Cornell and other resources around the country on topics that are important to you as a grape grower including pest management, vineyard nutrition, crop management, and farm business and marketing. The Finger Lakes Grape Program is committed to providing you with important and timely information through a variety of means to help you produce the best crop possible, as efficiently as possible.

With your enrollment, you receive:
  • The Finger Lakes Vineyard Update email messages,
  • Veraison to Harvest Newsletter 
  • Vineyard consultations with FLGP viticulture staff
  • Important announcements about upcoming meetings and workshops.
You can also purchase copies of the 2019 New York and Pennsylvania Pest Management Guidelines for Grapes with your enrollment. Stated costs include postage.
The Grape IPM Guidelines will again be available online in 2019, but there is a cost to access them. If you are interested in purchasing online access to the Guidelines, you can do so through the Cornell Store. Click this link to go to the ordering page. You can purchase both a hard copy and online access at a discounted rate for each.

The enrollment fee for residents of Ontario, Seneca, Schuyler, Steuben, and Yates Counties is $75. The fee for those from other New York counties or other states is $130.

Grape growers in Wayne County should contact the CCE Association office at 315-331-8415 for enrollment information.
CCE of Ontario County
480 N Main St
Canandaigua, NY 14424
(585) 394-3977
cceontario.org
CCE of Schuyler County
323 Owego St # 5
Montour Falls, NY 14865
(607) 535-7161
cceschuyler.org
CCE of Seneca County
9 E Main St #308
Waterloo, NY 13165
(315) 539-9251
senecacountycce.org
CCE of Steuben County
3 E Pulteney Square
Bath, NY 14810
(607) 664-2300
putknowledgetowork.org
CCE of Wayne County
1581 NY-88
Newark, NY 14513
(315) 331-8415
ccewayne.org
CCE of Yates County
417 Liberty Street, Suite 1024
Penn Yan, NY 14527
(315) 536-5134
yates.cce.cornell.edu

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Announcements

FLGP Activity During COVID-19 Restrictions

Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, FLGP staff are working from home right now. However, as service providers for agriculture producers, we are considered to be exempt from the Governor's order for non-essential workers to remain home. This means that we will be able to continue our field work while also following the CDC's guidelines for social distancing and hygiene. Here's how this will impact our work while these restrictions are in place:

Farm Visits: Hans remains available for consultation by phone, text or email. If a farm visit is necessary, let me know what you would like for me to look at and where it is, and I will make arrangements to come by. I will get in touch afterwards to discuss what I see and possible solutions or other resources.

Meetings: We have already scheduled our Spring IPM and Tailgate meetings for the year, but the current restrictions on public gatherings will prevent us from holding them as long as they are in place. As the date of each meeting approaches, we will assess the situation based on guidance from Cornell and determine if it is safe to hold it. We are looking into some online options as alternatives to meetings this year.

Please don't hesitate to get in touch if you have questions about any of this. We're still figuring out how to work during this new reality we're in, like many of you. In the meantime?

Stay safe, stay healthy, stay away from most people, and wash your hands. We'll get through this.


COVID-19 Resources for Farmers

The following is a list of resources for agricultural producers regarding the COVID-19 situation.

General Information regarding COVID-19 in New York State:
https://eden.cce.cornell.edu/

Food Production, Processing & Safety Questions:
https://instituteforfoodsafety.cornell.edu/coronavirus-covid-19/

Employment & Agricultural Workforce Questions:
http://agworkforce.cals.cornell.edu/

Cornell Small Farms Resiliency Resources:
https://smallfarms.cornell.edu/resources/farm-resilience/

Financial & Mental Health Resources for Farmers:
https://www.nyfarmnet.org/

Cornell Farmworker Program
https://www.farmworkers.cornell.edu
https://www.trabajadores.cornell.edu (en espanol)


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