Volunteer with Wayne County 4-H and help grow true leaders in your community by empowering young people with skills to lead for a lifetime. Apply today to be a 4-H volunteer!
Learn the types of ticks found in New York, diseases they cause, how to identify them, and how to protect yourself and your family by avoiding tick bites.
CCE Wayne is open for business Monday through Friday from 8:30 am - 4:30 pm and is also available by phone at 315-331-8415 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Let us know how we can help you, your farm, your family, and your business. we offer free or low-cost workshops, on topics that range from low-cost family-friendly healthy meals to tips and tricks in your home garden, and agriculture issues that affect your farm, fields, and crops.
Check out our social media pages and sign up for our email lists for current workshops, webinars, and events! Please contact us here, If you want to get on our email or mailing list.
There is so much information in the news about Avian Influenza (First posted in APRIL 2022 and in October 2022 it has been detected in Wayne County).
PLEASE NOTE: There is misinformation in the news/social media about taking down bird feeders. This is not needed, UNLESS you have poultry at your location/yard/farm, etc. More information can be found below:
Thank you for participating in our programs! If you would like to donate to our
"Friends of Extension" campaign, use this easy donation link.
Wayne Co. farmers have access to 4 agriculture teams: NWNY Dairy, Livestock, Field Crops; Cornell Vegetable; Lake Ontario Fruit; and the Finger Lakes Grape Teams.
MyPlate is the new USDA food guide tool to help people make wise food choices within food and calorie limits. Use their SuperTracker free online tool to track your food and activities.
Invasive species are one of the greatest threats to New York's biodiversity. Learn about the various introduced pests that have been introduced to our state.
If you live in Wayne County, NY, call our gardening hotline with your questions for our trained Master Gardener Volunteers. We're here to help!
Last updated August 22, 2023