New York State Agricultural Experiment Station
For more than 125 years, Cornell’s New York State Agricultural Experiment Station (NYSAES) in Geneva has developed cutting-edge technologies essential to feeding the world and strengthening New York economies. From developing safe and nutritious foods to pioneering means to preserve the environment, NYSAES has been addressing the concerns and serving millions of New York consumers, agricultural producers, food businesses and farm families throughout the state. Moving into the 21st century, New York must capitalize on new food and agricultural opportunities and NYSAES is uniquely positioned to translate state-of-the art research into industry innovation and economic growth. To learn more about our programs and achievements, read our Impact Statement.
Special Announcement - Looking for strawberry growers
The New York State Berry Growers Association is looking for commercial growers interested in joining the Association to participate in the evaluation of a new strawberry selection from Cornell. Interested growers should email NYSBGA executive director Paul Baker for more information. Read a Chronicle story about the collaboration.