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Friends of Extension campaign begins - Penn Yan Chronicle-Express (blog)

Cornell Cooperative Extension, Yates County has launched its annual “Friends of Extension Drive.”

According to Arlene Wilson, Executive Director Yates CCE, the agency is vital to the local economy. With continued community support, Cornell Cooperative Extension can continue to offer programs that build a stronger Yates County and contribute to individual economic success.

CCE’s impact is far-reaching and diverse, and includes—

• Youth Programming: The local 4-H is an active part of the Yates County Fair. 4-H provides education in animal care, animal knowledge and showmanship, science/technology, gardens, food, and birds. 4-H provides opportunities for youth leadership development, public speaking, and pathways to college scholarships.

• Farming: Sharing the latest research and education on ways to increase safe, profitable local farms; education on new crops, supporting another generation of local farms; advocacy for right to farm and local farmland preservation.

• Food: Support of opportunities to promote “buying local”; nutrition education classes on food preservation (canning, freezing, drying), and healthy/seasonal recipes.

• Gardening: Providing gardening tips (and seeds); answering questions on best practices for growing plants; identification of invasive species and strategies for maintaining trees, shrubs and other plants.

• Lake Preservation: Water quality testing and education on how to keep the lakes clean; boat stewards training to conduct inspections and education to prevent invasive species from the lake.

• Quality of Life: Resources and education on money management; energy audits, life skills training to be employment ready.

Support is needed to ensure that CCE can continue to offer programs that build a stronger community and contribute to success of individuals and families. Tax deductable donations can be made online at either or, or via a check payable to CCE of Yates County, 417 Liberty St., Suite 1024, Penn Yan, N.Y. 14527.


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Program will feature Canal boats of the Finger Lakes - Penn Yan Chronicle-Express (blog)

For 44 years in the mid-1800s, the Crooked Lake Canal provided a path to transport goods between Keuka and Seneca Lakes as part of the canal system of waterways that was being built across New York State. Such a system was first proposed in the late 1700s, but it took 50 years for work to begin.

Ground was broken for the Erie Canal at Rome, July 4, 1817. By the end of the year, about 15 miles of canal were completed; by 1825, both the Erie and Champlain canals were completed.

Portions of the Crooked Lake canal are still visible, but little is known about the boats that helped create a boom economy in nearby communities like Penn Yan and Dresden.

Canal boats were vital in the early 19th Century as a badly needed means of shipping for local farmers and businesses, until railroads came along to take over the job.

Canal boats once plied the Chemung Canal and Crooked Lake Canal, and were towed on the lakes by steamboats so they could connect with the Erie Canal. Canal boats had to be registered in Albany with the boat name and the owner’s name.

A talk by Historian Gary Emerson Oct. 16 will describe different types of boats and how they navigated the local lakes and canals.

Emerson will make his presentation at the Dundee Masonic Lodge, 15 Main St., Dundee at an event hosted by the Dundee Area Historical Society. A social time will begin at 5:30 p.m. followed by a baked ziti dinner at 6 p.m. and program at 7 p.m.

Tickets are $12 for Dundee Area Historical Society members and $16 for non-members. Make a reservation at 607-243-7047 or email by 5 p.m. Oct. 12.



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Penn Yan Boat Company, which produced a wide range of wooden and fiberglass powerboats, sailboats, canoes and rowboats, was founded in 1921 by German-native Charles A. Herrman. It derived its name from the location of its headquarters, Penn Yan, New York. At its founding, the company built wood boats and canoes, switching to all fiberglass production in the early 1960s.

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