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2018 Guidelines - Price increase July 1, 2018
Congratulations to the our collective UCCE & UC authors for eXtension publication of YPAR article!!
UC Walks 2018
The County Director, Advisors, Community Education Specialists and County Employees took part in the 2018 UC Walks. This is a UC system-wide wellness event, which promotes wellness and an active lifestyle. The participants collectively walked a total of 306 minutes. Congratulations to all who participated.
Desert Research and Education Center
Watch this short but very informative video about DREC.
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Insights: Water and Drought Online Seminar Series
The latest research-based advice on weathering a drought is now available free online. The UC Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources is working to help farmers cope with the unwelcome outcome of historically low rainfall the last three years. UC scientists, with support from the California Department of Water Resources, have recorded video presentations on high-priority drought webpages.
Each presentation is about one half hour in length and are available at the link below:
The University of California has been extensively involved in research and implementation of water conservation/management strategies throughout the state. A lot is knows about when and how to most effectively use limited water supplies. The links below contain a brief introduction. Additional information is available at UC ANR drought website. http://ciwr.ucanr.edu/California_Drought_Expertise/
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Two UC graduate students chosen to assist UC ANR Global Food Initiative efforts
Posted 10/11/2018 - Two University of California graduate students have been selected by UC Agriculture and Natural Resources as UC Global Food Initiative (GFI) fellows for 2018-19. Graduate students Melanie Colvin at UC Berkeley and Maci Mueller at UC Davis will work with...
Tips to prepare, plant, and grow a fall vegetable garden
Posted 9/14/2018 - The transition of fall is upon us and gardeners are busy tending to late summer harvests, pruning back perennials, prepping for slower plant growth and more. But fall doesn't have to be all about wrapping up the growing season. In fact, life is sprouting...
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