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Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources

ANR Report for May 22 - June 25, 2001

Here are the main stories in this issue:
  • UCR opens high-security insectary-state-of-the-art facility for combating ag pests
  • EEO/PER program seeks counselors
  • Central Coast and South Region welcomes two new advisors: Lynn Schmitt-McQuitty, youth development advisor for Santa Cruz and
  • Monterey counties; Patti Wooten Swanson, nutrition, family and consumer science advisor for San Diego County
  • Fairfax names first Vaux Distinguished Professor in Forest Policy at UCB
  • Kearnery REC receives in-kind gifts to support research, extension
  • Now it's easy for donors to use credit cards to make contributions to ANR

Also in this issue:

  • CS advisory board seeks nominations On the move: Karen Klonsky
  • What's new
  • Get CS@work by email
  • BWSS Workgroup launches website
  • AIC series adds 2 works
  • Agri-tourism website leads to California farms
  • Recent publications from Communication Services
  • Names in the news: Anthony E. Hall, Miguel A. Marino, Melvin George, Contra Costa County CE wins 2000 Challenge Award
  • Job opportunities: Nutrition, Family and Consumer Science Advisor for Ventura County; Specialty Crops/Small Farm Advisor for Santa Clara, Santa Cruz and San Beniot counties
  • Funding alert: Center for Invasive Species Research and Statewide IPM Project seek proposals
PDF File    ANR Report for May 22 - June 25, 2001