From Every Farm to Every Table
From Every Farm to Every Table – Renewing the Face of Agriculture” is the keynote address to be delivered by Sarah Goodrich, Executive Director of Schoharie Area Long Term, Inc. (SALT), at the Annual Meeting and Dinner of Cornell Cooperative Extension Schoharie and Otsego Counties, 6:30 p.m. November 12 at the Carriage House Event Center, Oneonta. The Carriage House Event Center is located at 790 Southside Drive. Everyone is welcome.
Agriculture renewal recovery share common themes,” said Ms. Goodrich. “Tropical Storms Irene and Lee caused extreme devastation in Schoharie and surrounding counties. Applying insights learned from the recovery process can help us to envision a vigorous renewal of farms and the farming economy,” she added.
SALT has been a critical partner in coordinating the clean-up, structure restoration, fundraising efforts, and volunteer engagement since the flood. Community resilience, preparedness, and sustainability have become the legacy of recovery under Ms. Goodrich’s leadership. A
long-time community volunteer who has held numerous leadership positions, Ms. Goodrich has lived in the Town of Wright, Schoharie County, since 1988. Her work with SALT earned her an award from New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo for Service to New York Citizens.
Before Ms. Goodrich’s address, the Extension association will conduct its annual business meeting, announce election results for the board of directors and program advisory committees, and discuss 4-H youth development, agriculture, and family and consumer science program highlights and impacts. The meeting is open to the public; there is a charge for the dinner. Dinner reservations are requested by calling the Cobleskill office at (518) 234-4303 or 296-8310, or the Cooperstown office at (607) 547-2536, ext. 0 during business hours.
Article in Cornell Cooperative Extension – “The Scoop”