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Web Design and Development

The inspiration for the look, layout and functionality of the Harvest New York of Cornell Cooperative Extension web site resulted from the creativity found at DSD Web Works. In addition, DSD Web Works custom built a complete user friendly content management system (CMS) which allows program staff to easily create and manipulate content. The administrative management back-end allows specialists to create informative abstracts or upload field trials, admins can upload information on new staff members, authorized personnel can add events to the events calendar or simply add an announcement. In addition, the backend helps to easily manage sponsors, event registrants and enrollees.

All content can be cross linked to multiple and relevant topics and/or crops which allows for the site visitor to easily find relevant events and content.

DSD Web Works is a Cornell University authorized preferred vendor which allows them to immediately start on any Cornell University affiliated website or web application. They have worked directly with Cornell University CIT (Cornell Information Technologies) to obtain desired domain names (subdomains) and to properly configure server instances to host web sites, databases and custom web applications.

DSD Web Works is a 18 year old company that offers web development services for governments, businesses and educational institutions. Their services include web site design, custom web applications, SEO and general web consultation. Custom web applications have included seamless RETS Server integration within the Real Estate industry, custom e-commerce solutions (e.g. carhartt and outdoor clothes supplier Famous Brands), and a unique simplification of complex Wastewater Management Program for government entities (more detail on Watershed Management Program).

DSD Web Works, based in the Finger Lakes of Western New York (Penn Yan), was founded in 2001. Today they are a complete web design, web development and Internet marketing company. They strive to provide exclusive, world class web design, development and marketing services to their clients globally. Their web services range from elegant, intuitive and cutting edge website user interface (UI) designs, to complex and functional web applications including complete custom e-commerce solutions and content management solutions (CMS).

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Upcoming Events

Artisan Dairy Food Safety Plan Coaching Workshop

February 26 - February 27, 2019
2 days
Plattsburgh, NY

This coaching workshop is intended for Artisan Cheese and Dairy Food Producers who are preparing to create, or are already developing, a FSMA compliant, preventive control (PC)-based, food safety plan for their facility. The goal of this workshop is to provide Food Safety Plan review and coaching sessions that guide attendees through each step in development process. PCQI lead trainers will be present to review topics and answer questions.
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Indoor Specialty Mushroom Cultivation Course

February 26 - April 2, 2019
Tuesday evenings, 6:00 - 9:00 PM
New York, NY

The six-week course combines mushroom growing and marketing instruction with discussions about the ethnography of mushroom production. 
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Manure Applicator Training (CCE-Steuben County)

February 28, 2019
1:00 PM- 3:00 PM
Bath, NY

Manure Applicator Training
DEC Approved Training for CAFO Farms Thursday, February 28, 2019
Two Sites!

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Announcements

Mushroom Cultivation Course

CCE's Urban Agriculture Program is collaborating with the Cornell Small Farms Program and Farm School NYC to offer "Indoor Specialty Mushroom Cultivation." The six-week course combines mushroom growing and marketing instruction with discussions about the ethnography of mushroom production. Students will gather from 6pm - 9pm on Tuesday evenings, February 26 - April 2, to participate in Cornell's 90-minute mushroom cultivation webinar together and then explore how indigenous and other cultural history and practice, race, class, and social justice relate to the themes raised in the webinar. Event details and registration is available through Farm School NYC.

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