The history, funding, outreach and teaching services
of CWMI are summarized here.
What We Do
CWMI develops and shares research-based knowledge to
help stakeholders - from farmers to policymakers - make
sound decisions on managing organic residuals. Click here for CWMI's Impact Statement.
Program Work Team - Managing Wastes: Composting and Land Application
PWTs provide a mechanism through which faculty and extension educators connect with stakeholders in identifying issues, studying needs, creating education materials, and designing learning experiences that address these issues and needs within specific content areas.
CWMI has a small staff and engages a wide array of stakeholders
in its projects.
Faculty, staff, Extension educators and stakeholders
ranging from farmers to agency personnel are among the
partners that work with CWMI.
The CWMI website site should be the first point of contact
for people seeking information. For those needing further
help, email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Get On the
CWMI uses email to send news out to interested people
a few times each year.
Published 2-3 times year, CWMI posts to our web site and emails to our mailing list the latest news, events, etc., happenings at CWMI.
Jean Bonhotal, CWMI's Associate Director, has been chosen the NYSAR3 Recycler of the Year, 2009.