BALLSTON SPA, N.Y. — Carter Older of Cornell Cooperative Extension was recognized by the New York State Association for 4-H Educators with a NYS Special Service Award for her excellence in Animal Science Programming in Saratoga County.
The award was given out during a three-day conference in Elloquetville, N.Y. this past week. Carter has been employed by Cornell Cooperative Extension of Saratoga County since June of 2014 and has developed new and innovative programming in Animal Science to serve the youth of Saratoga County.
Older says she is “honored to work with such an outstanding group of youth” and enjoys collaborating with local farms and veterinary clinics to establish new programming. Some of the programs offered include Veterinary Science, Dog Obedience, Incubation and Embryology, and the Saratoga County Horse Farm Tour run through the Saratoga County 4-H Program.
–Cornell Cooperative Extension of Saratoga County
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