First Annual Twilight Meeting at Cornell's Freeville Organic Research Farm

Cornell University researchers will host their first annual twilight
meeting at the Freeville Organic Research Farm in Freeville, New York, on
Tuesday, August 3rd from 5PM to 8PM.  Visitors will tour the research plots
and hear about current research projects.

The farm is located in Freeville, New York, about 10 miles northeast of
Cornell's Ithaca campus. Follow Route 366 North from campus to
approximately 1 mile beyond the village of Freeville.

Cornell University established the Freeville Organic Research Farm in 2001
to serve as a site for interdisciplinary research aimed at optimizing
organic vegetable production systems for the Northeast. It is managed by
the University's Department of Horticulture The farm comprises 30 acres
adjacent to the Homer C. Thompson Vegetable Research Farm.

Now in its fourth year of organic management, the farm's first formal
research projects are beginning this season. They include a potato trial,
rotation study, tomato trial with different potting mixes, cover crop demo,
and buffer planting.

For more information on the twilight meeting contact Jeremy Biazzo at (607)
255-2041,  To learn more about the Freeville Organic
Research Farm visit: