Vegetable Product Manager Position at NY-Based Harris Seeds/Garden Trends goes to SUNY Cobleskill Plant Science GradMay 17, 2018
James A Zecca, Who Started SUNY Cobleskill’s First Recycling Program, Retiring from Madison County’s Department of Solid Waste and SanitationMay 30, 2018
Welcome Liz Couillard, new 4-H educator
Join my colleagues and I in welcoming Elizabeth (Liz) Trombly Couillard, the new Cornell Cooperative Extension (CCE) Franklin County 4-H educator! Liz comes to us with great qualifications, abundant skills and a love of 4-H.
Growing up in Chateaugay, Liz was very involved in 4-H, with dairy projects, public presentations, STARR, and showing at Franklin County Fair and New York State Fair. Following high school, she attended SUNY Cobleskill, receiving a BS in animal science.
After graduation from college, Liz returned home and became an active volunteer as a club leader and becoming involved with many of the same programs she participated in as a 4-Her. She became a dairy nutrition and management advisor for an animal feed company. Liz quickly became a leader in the field, meeting dairy farmers all over the North Country and becoming a trusted advisor.
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