April 13 - April 14, 2017
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
CCE Jefferson County
203 North Hamilton St
Watertown, NY 13601
$600.00 NYS Early Fee (prior to 3/17/17)
(additional attendee $600.00 ea.)
$725.00 Out-of-State Early Fee (prior to 3/17/17)
(additional attendee $725.00 ea.)
After 3/17/17 Costs: $725 for NYS; $900 out-of-state
HostHarvest NY and Cornell Dairy Extension
email Anika Zuber
HACCP/Food Safety PlansApril 13 - April 14, 2017
Harvest New York Specialists Carl Moody and Anika Zuber will be teaching this course where participants will take a hands-on approach to learning about HACCP and Food Safety Systems. Participants will break up into groups and you will receive guidance in developing specific plans for your facility. At the end of the workshop you will have a good start to developing Food Safety Systems. We will also assist in meeting FSMA and 3rd party audit requirements.
Time and agenda to be announced soon.
For more information about this event, contact Anika Zuber or Carl Moody. Registration questions should be addressed to Louise Felker.
Artisan Cheeses of Western New York
May 17, 2017Cornell Cooperative Extension of Erie County and Harvest New York present Artisan Cheeses of Western New York. Western New York is producing some of the most interesting and most thoughtfully created artisan cheeses in the state. Cornell Cooperative Extension Dairy Processing Specialist (and Harvest NY team member) Carl Moody will give an overview of the cheese-making process and share what artisan cheesemakers are doing in the region as well as samples of some of their best work.
6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
East Aurora, NY
Cured Meats Workshop
May 31 - June 1, 2017The Cured Meats Workshop is tailored to small-scale meat processors and restaurant owners interested in creating a value-added meat product for their customers.
Alternative Markets for Malting BarleyWhat will you do if the malting barley you've grown does not meet the specs of your maltster? Plan ahead for an alternative market for rejected barley. This can help minimize economic losses if the crop is rejected based on grain quality
Harvest NY, together with CCE Erie County, has put together an informative flyer about Malting Barley Alternative Markets. The publication covers market opportunities for rejected barley and potential buyers. Read more...