New Haven County Extension Center
305 Skiff Street
North Haven, CT 06473-4451
Fax (203) 407-3176
Wilbur Cross Parkway Going South: Take Exit 61, the second exit in the direction of New Haven. Turn right at the end of the ramp onto Whitney Avenue. Travel on Whitney approximately one mile. When you come to a traffic light, turn left onto Skiff Street. The driveway to the Cooperative Extension Center is immediately on your right.
Wilbur Cross Parkway Going Nouth: Take Exit 61. At the end of the ramp, turn left onto Whitney Avenue. Travel on Whitney approximately one mile. When you come to a traffic light, turn left onto Skiff Street. The drive way to the Cooperative Extension Center is immediately on your right.
From I-91 Going North: Take Exit 5, State Street. At the end of the ramp, continue straight on State Street. Travel approximately four miles. At the traffic light just past Montessi Motors on the left side of the street, turn left onto Skiff Street. Follow Skiff Street approximately two miles, crossing Hartford Turnpike and Ridge Road. The Cooperative Extension Center and the access to the parking lot will be on your left just before Whitney Avenue.
From I-91 Going South: Take Exit 10 onto the Route 10 connector. Go to the end of the connector and turn left onto Whitney Avenue. Travel on Whitney Avenue approximately two miles. When you come to a traffic light, turn left onto Skiff Street. The driveway to the Cooperative Extension Center is immediately on your right
New Haven County Programs
Food and Food Safety
A healthy, wholesome and safe food supply is essential to the well-being of Connecticut citizens. Research based information about how food is produced, labeled and distributed can help consumers to make good food choices. Working with farmers, processors, retailers, community groups, and consumers, food safety education and training programs inform about food borne illness, safe food production, sanitation, and safe food handling. Contact Diane Hirsch at firstname.lastname@example.org or 203-407-3163 for food and food safety education and information resources.
Managing Family Money and Other Resources
Making decisions about how to best use your family's resources, such as money, time, skills and knowledge, can be challenging. Our family economics and resource management program provides a variety of workshops: financial literacy for youth and adults, personal finance, sustainable living and balancing work and family. Training for and collaboration with professionals, staff, volunteers youth and community groups and organizations are an important emphasis. Contact Faye Griffiths-Smith at 203.407.3160 or email@example.com.
Contacts: New Haven County Extension Center
|Linda Castro||AFRI 4-H STEM Youthfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Lorraine Downing||Support Staffemail@example.com|
|Toni Ellis||EFNEP - Nutritionfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Faye Griffiths-Smith||Family Economics||203-407-3160|
|Margaret Grillo||4-H STEM Youthemail@example.com|
|Wanda Hamilton||Urban 4-H Youthfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Diane Hirsch||Foods & Food Safetyemail@example.com|
|Judith Hsiang||Master Gardenerfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Doris Little||EFNEP - Nutritionemail@example.com|
|Rineicha Otero||AFRI 4-H STEM Youthfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Umekia Taylor||EFNEP, 4-H FANsemail@example.com|
|Zoraida Velazquez||EFNEP - Nutritionfirstname.lastname@example.org|