Warrensburg, NY – If you have taken the online NYSDEC Hunter Education course, and would like additional tips and recommendations for hunting, are a beginner hunter who would like some extra knowledge, or are interested in having the opportunity to ask NYSDEC Hunter Education Instructors some questions, then come and join us for a series of webinars, where topics such as firearm safety, hunting ethics, conservation, pre-hunt-planning, tips for scouting, wild game cooking tips, and more will be covered. Each interactive session will also have a Q and A session, where participants will be able to ask seasoned hunters and Hunter Education instructors questions. Session I will be held at 4:40 on Thursday, September 17, and Session II will be held at 4:30 on Thursday, September 24.To sign up for Session I, please register at this zoom link: https://cornell.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJcsd-qtpjMsGtDh9h-YOTKpVbGBh0OhEzrS
To sign up for Session II, please register at this zoom link:
For questions related to this webinar, please contact MB at: email@example.com or at: 518-623-3291.
Warrensburg, NY – In these difficult financial times, many people are expanding their options for putting food on the table (or in the freezer). One of the most abundant sources of food has been, and continues to be, in the lakes, ponds, and streams right around us. Sport fishing has long been a source of relaxation for many but, it may be time to start seeing it as a source of food. On September 16th, at 2:30pm, Cornell Cooperative Extension will be holding a second webinar on fishing and food security. This time we will focus on what each kind of fish might bite on, ways to preserve the fish so that you can actually stock up on food, and more! Please join us for what promises to be a light hearted webinar, packed with useful information.
Click on this link to register – https://cornell.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJAodu-rrzIqGdPu0J-bsRnXW-cyHOlue2EW.
For more information contact Dan Carusone at 518-623-3291.