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ANR Update

Megaro named interim director of Strategic Communications
Posted 6/13/2018 - Dear Colleagues, I have asked Anne Megaro to serve as interim director of Strategic Communications in addition to her current role as director of government and community relations. Anne will fill this role until we rehire for the position vacated by...

Phase 2 of 2018 call for Cooperative Extension positions is underway
Posted 6/7/2018 - Dear Colleagues, The UCCE county directors and REC directors have submitted 20 CE advisor position proposals and the executive associate deans, working with campus departments, have submitted 20 CE specialist position proposals. Both groups engaged...

ANR news blog

  • UC ANR scientist debates conservation tillage practices with industry leader

    Added June 14, 2018
    Alan Wilcox, left, and Jeff Mitchell debate the challenges and opportunities for conservation tillage. (Photo by Farm Equipment magazine, used with permission)

    Alan Wilcox of Wilcox Agri-Products and UC Cooperative Extension specialist Jeff Mitchell debated the challenges and opportunities for increased implementation of conservation tillage practices on California farms during the World Ag Expo in February,...

  • Is climate change chasing away 'June Gloom'?

    Added May 31, 2018
    Early summer cloud cover at Seal Beach in June 2013. (Photo: Wikimedia Commons)

    Low-lying morning clouds in Southern California coastal areas form the predictable "June Gloom" in early summer - at least, they used to. The combination of urbanization and a warming climate are driving up summer temperatures, reducing cloud cover and...

  • May 2018 News Clips

    Added May 31, 2018

    Mien farmers get advice for growing strawberries in Yolo County (Woodland Daily Democrat) ANR news release, May 31 http://www.dailydemocrat.com/business/20180531/mien-farmers-get-advice-for-growing-strawberries-in-yolo-county Abnormal Weather Takes a...

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