Cornell Cooperative Extension Adds New Regional Fruit Specialist

Anna Wallis joins Cornell Cooperative Extension’s Eastern New York Commercial Horticulture Program. She will be a regional fruit specialist serving primarily the apple and grape growers of Northeast New York.

Wallis will be stationed out of the Clinton County CCE office in Plattsburgh, NY.

She received a master’s degree from the University of Maryland.

Click here to read more about Wallis’ appointment.

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