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Winter Green Thumbs: Cultivating cold-weather gardens in NYS


Learn how to grow food in the winter!!

From Allegany County Cornell Cooperative Extension

Winter doesn’t mean the end of gardening – it’s just a different kind of green season! Discover the tips and tricks of cultivating vibrant and thriving gardens during the colder months in New York State. In this class you will:

  • Learn about the unique challenges and opportunities of winter gardening in NYS.
  • Explore essential cold-weather gardening techniques and tips for success.
  • Get hands-on insights into planning, planting, and maintaining your winter garden.
  • Discover the joy of harvesting fresh produce even during winter.

Don’t let the winter blues keep you from your garden! Join us for an informative and engaging session that will empower you to transform your indoor/outdoor space into a beautiful winter garden.

Presented by: Cristian Acosta, Agriculture Educator, Cornell Cooperative Extension Allegany County

Date: Friday, January 19th, 2024

Time: 11:00 am – 12:00 pm

Location: Online, via Zoom.


How to join: 

Participating in this online class is easy! Simply visit, look for this class and register to secure your spot. For any questions, please contact Cristian Acosta at

See you in class! 

“Winter Green Thumbs Cultivating cold-weather gardens in NYS”  is one of many programs offered by Cornell Cooperative Extension Allegany County. The association is part of the national cooperative extension system, an educational partnership between County, State, and Federal governments. As New York’s land grant university Cornell administers the system in this state. For more information, call 585-268-7644 or visit our website at Cornell Cooperative Extension provides equal program and employment opportunities.

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