Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources
Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources
Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources
University of California
Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources

Cooperative Extension Campaign

UCCE program

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  1. To many, UCCE advisors are the face of UC lending expertise, visibility & understanding the local issues #WeAreUCANR http://bit.ly/WeAreUCANR

 

  1. UCCE advisors live & work in the communities they serve providing a keen understanding of local issues. #WeAreUCANR http://bit.ly/WeAreUCANR

 

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  1. Practical. Connected. Trusted. Since the first UC Cooperative Extension office opened in Humboldt County in 1913, UC scientists have been fanning out to communities across California, serving as problem-solvers, catalysts, collaborators, stewards and educators. These advisors live and work in the communities they serve providing expertise, visibility and a keen understanding of local issues. #WeAreUCANR http://bit.ly/WeAreUCANR
      
  2. The UC Cooperative Extension is best described as a vast network of UC researchers and educators who work together to develop and provide science-based information to solve locally-relevant economic, agricultural, natural resource, youth development and nutrition issues. Nestled within the Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources, our CE advisors live and work in every California county, applying research from the University of California to help local businesses and entire communities thrive. In turn, our experts partner with local innovators to develop and disseminate best practices through UC’s expansive local and global networks. Some of our programs include 4-H Youth Development, Master Gardeners, Expanded Food and Nutrition Education, and the Statewide Integrated Pest Management Program. #WeAreUCANR http://bit.ly/WeAreUCANR  

 

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