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Top Ten Things Every CCE Staff Member Should Know About the Library

The primary audience for our Cornell Garden-Based Learning Program is our network of CCE educators. This page highlights established avenues for us to connect and collaborate with you on a regular basis. Check out the About tab for an additional overview of our mission, resources and team members.

Social Media
Program Work Teams
Emerging Statewide Projects
About the Cornell Garden-Based Learning Team
Explore additional programs via Garden Education at Cornell

Looking for specific expertise?
Cornell SIPS – Faculty Extension and Outreach Directory
Cornell search
Research on gardening

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LibGuide: Find digital images

See the footer links to our Flickr page, Facebook and YouTube playlist.
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Program Work Teams

PWT’s are groups of faculty and staff, extension educators, and external stakeholders who collaborate to identify issues, study needs, and create educational materials. Team members design learning experiences that address issues and needs within specific content areas. There are many program work teams. Cornell Garden-Based Learning is the campus co-chair for the Sustainable Landscape – Horticulture Program Work Team.

Sustainable Landscape – Horticulture PWT  fosters collaboration and communication among the CCE county and campus network of educators and program leaders to promote research-based educational approaches and environmental stewardship when creating, preserving and/or enhancing lawns, gardens and landscapes. This PWT hosts a number of activities for CCE county and campus educators and program leaders including the following:

  • CCE Horticulture Resource Sharing Library in Cornell Box (CCE staff contact Ashley alm443@cornell.edu for your access)

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Statewide Project Highlights

Seed to Supper (S2S)- Currently piloting curriculum and implementing Engaged Cornell Grant.

Vegetable Variety Trial Gardens

A Low-Literacy Needs Assessment & Guidelines for Best Practices: How Do We Best Reach This Audience? Implemented through a 2018-2019 NYS IPM Grant. Learn more in the Guidelines for Best Practices (PDF).

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About the Cornell Garden-Based Learning Team
  • Marcia Eames-Sheavly is the Children and Youth Program Leader for Cornell Garden-Based Learning. 
  • Ashley Helmholdt is Extension Associate for Adult Garden-Based Learning Program

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