From research to hands on development, Cornell University has been a big part of the Buffalo community–from revitalizing housing communities on the West Side to cultivating research on urban farming to enhance the availability healthy local food.
“The world of work is such a big part of every regional economy. There are very few sectors of the economy or parts of the community that Cornell and ILR haven’t influenced in this city.’ – Lou Jean Fleron, Cornell ILR extension faculty
This week, Cornell published a feature package about transformative work by community groups and Cornell in Buffalo to help achieve smart, sustainable, grassroots growth in neighborhoods throughout the city. It is a great story to showcase all of Cornell’s incredible efforts in Buffalo!