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Cornellians growing tourism in the Finger Lakes

Ithaca is a special place. This fact is much appreciated by Cornell alumni, who consistently cite the natural beauty of campus, town, and Finger Lakes region as a top reason for coming back. And the word is out among non-Cornellians, too. USA Today named the Finger Lakes best wine region in the US for 2018. … Read more

LEAD NY develops leaders in state’s ag community

As herd manager of a 2,500-cow dairy operation 20 miles northeast of Albany, Paul Molesky ’09 knows a lot about caring for animals, agricultural economics and managing a farm. But as he supervised dozens of workers within that operation, Molesky realized he needed help developing one other crucial skill: leadership. “You can manage your cows, … Read more

150 words: Kate Galvin ’01

The Kentucky countryside, says Kate Galvin ’01, is gorgeous, and so are the thoroughbred horses she has built her career around. Kate lives in Lexington, where she is the nominations sales manager for Darley USA, a global thoroughbred breeding operation. Kate grew up on a thoroughbred farm in Saratoga Springs. “Occasionally we had to bring … Read more

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