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Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources

ANR Report for April, 2002

Here are the main stories in this issue:
  • Five California 4-H youth development programs chosen as 'Programs of Excellence 2001'
  • Now's the time to nominate PPAC members: April 30 is deadline
  • Division will introduce a new planning process in its next planning cycle
  • UCR opens new building for entomology

ANR welcomes:

  • Christina Getz, assistant CE specialist, UC Berkeley
  • Chantal Guillemin, executive secretary, office of the vice president
  • Karl McArthur, desert natural resources advisor for San Bernardino,
  • Riverside and Imperial counties.
  • Anil Shrestha, regional integrated pest management weed advisor, weed ecologist, serving the Central Valley.
  • Online tools make it easy to write new releases about upcoming events
  • Human Resources conferees build evaluation skills

Also in this issue:

  • Online UC newsletter provides updates on state budget
  • Small Farm Center launches online resource library
  • Personnel news: APM 137, 140, 145, 150
  • Center for Cooperatives reinstates small grants program in 2002-2003
  • Names in the news: Ray Orbach, Anthony Fisher, Garrison Sposito, In memoriam: Herb Etchegary
  • Cordova names to lead UC Riverside
  • UCD earns top spot
  • Job opportunities: Sudden Oak Death Regional Coordinator, Marin County; County Director/Public Policy Advisor for Stanislaus County
PDF File    ANR Report for April, 2002