The The Freeville Farm includes a 30 acre parcel which is certified organic by NOFA-NY Certified Organic, LLC. Research focuses on optimizing organic vegetable production systems in the Northeast.
Dilmun Hill, a 12-acre student-run farm, provides a working farm for students to learn hands-on organic practices and farm management. Dilmun supplies fresh, organic produce to the Cornell community.
Ten acres of Musgrave Research Farm are certified organic by NOFA-NY with five additional acres in transition. Research includes weed and crop management, organic production systems and breeding and variety testing.
Since 1993, six acres at Willsboro Research Farm have been dedicated to organic research, in particular organic grain trials, and those acres of Willsboro Farm became certified organic in 1996.
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LIHREC has a two-acre field exclusively for applied research in cultural practices and pest management within an organic production system and other organic research is conducted elsewhere at the center.
Twenty acres of the Gates West research farm are being transitioned to certified organic production. These fields will be used for research on weed, insect, and disease management in organic vegetables, as well as organic crop production systems. A one-acre apple research block is also being managed organically.
A student-run vineyard of about 500 grapevines at Cornell Orchards is certified organic by the NOFA-NY Certified Organic, LLC. The Orchards also organically manage one acre of disease resistant apple varieties.