Cornell Cooperative Extension of Oswego County teaches several programs and lessons to help families and households to stretch their food dollars, make healthier choices, and eat better for less.
The SNAP-Ed Program offers free or low-cost educational workshops, applied research projects, and lots of useful information on food-related topics from food safety and nutrition to healthy eating on a limited budget.
The Eat Smart New York! Program helps individuals and families who have limited resources to gain the knowledge and skills to make healthier food and activity choices.
Explore our links, check out our upcoming events, then give us a call or send an email to learn more.
Find food pantries, community meals, and programs like ESNY, WIC and Free/Reduced School Meals that can help feed your family.
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.
Enjoy harvest fresh flavor and save money too, by safely canning, freezing and drying fresh foods. Find extension resources here on these topics.
There's a surprise -- squash! -- in this delicious and creamy macaroni & cheese recipe from Cooking Matters. Visit our "Recipes" page for this recipe and more!
Oswego County has a variety of foods grown and produced locally. Find a farmer near you!
Last updated January 6, 2021