Bodley senior Tevin Simard removes macro invertebrates from a water sample he tests as part of a research project. He and his lab partner, MacKenzie Grow, presented their findings recently at an annual environmental summit in Syracuse.
Submitted by Oswego County BOCES
Eleven students from G. Ray Bodley High School in Fulton used the knowledge acquired in Dan Mainville’s global environment course as part of their research for a recent environmental summit sponsored by SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry. Continue reading →
The Louisville Slugger name has become synonymous with baseball, but in the Port City another name is recognized for its wood-crafted contributions to the sport: Oswego County BOCES Career and Technical Education.Continue reading →
The warm sun shining, the rhythmic sound of waves lazily lapping the shoreline, and the joyful laughter of students enjoying the great outdoors … these were all part of Oswego County BOCES Camp Hollis Fun Day. Continue reading →
The American Red Cross encourages blood donors to help prevent a summer shortage by rolling up a sleeve to give. Donors of all blood types are urged to schedule an appointment now, especially those with types O negative, B negative and A negative. Continue reading →
Invasive Species Awareness week is July 6 to 12 and the local organization wants people living and visiting Oswego County to learn more about these species and how to keep them from spreading. Continue reading →
The Oswego County Farm Bureau is partnering with the New York Farm Bureau Foundation for Agricultural Education on a new pilot program to help people better understand where their food comes from. Continue reading →