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If you know which specialist you would like to reach, their contact information is provided below. If, however, you are unsure whom to contact, please use the inquiry form to the right and the appropriate team member will respond to your request.





Sam Anderson

Sam Anderson

Urban Agriculture Specialist

55 Hanson Place, Suite 350
Brooklyn, NY 11217

cell 781-366-5939


Cheryl Bilinski

Cheryl Bilinski

Local Food Systems Specialist, Farm to School Lead

phone 607-592-9507


Makela Elvy

Makela Elvy

Urban Gardens Specialist

cell 347-804-5820


Yolanda Gonzalez

Yolanda Gonzalez

Urban Agriculture Specialist

55 Hanson Place, Suite 350
Brooklyn, NY 11217

cell 516-305-0358


Kwesi Joseph

Kwesi Joseph

Urban Gardens Specialist

cell 718-809-2781


Becky O'Connor

Becky O'Connor

WNY Farm to Institution Coordinator

CCE Erie County


Anya Osatuke

Anya Osatuke

WNY Berry Specialist

cell 607-752-2793


Lindsey Pashow

Lindsey Pashow

Ag Business Development & Marketing Specialist

CCE Franklin County
335 W Main St
Suite 150
Malone, NY 12953

cell 518-569-3073


Judson Reid

Judson Reid

Extension Vegetable Specialist, Team Leader

CCE Yates County
417 Liberty Street
Penn Yan, NY 14527

phone 315-536-5123
cell 585-313-8912
fax 315-536-5117


Daniela Vergara

Daniela Vergara

Emerging Crops Specialist

Cornell AgriTech
Geneva

cell 812-219-0172



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New Guide Shares Practical Information on How to Grow and Care for Pawpaws

Not sure what a 'pawpaw' is? The pawpaw (Asimina triloba) is a fruiting tree native to the eastern United States, growing from the Florida lowlands up to the Southern Tier in New York. It is believed that the pawpaw's range is as large as it is because Indigenous Peoples cultivated this tree. Pawpaws have great value as a food crop. They contain 7 of the 9 essential amino acids and are an excellent source of iron and manganese.

Pawpaws in New York: A Guide on How to Grow and Care for Pawpaws, written by Anya Osatuke, Berry Specialist with CCE Harvest NY, Sean Dembrosky of Edible Acres in Trumansburg, NY, and Marvin Pritts of Cornell University, shares practical information on how to grow and care for pawpaws, based on conversations with growers and researchers in New York State and the information provided by the references cited.

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