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Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources

ANR Report for May 2002

Here are the main stories in this issue:
  • Assembly Council revamps awards program for outstanding service-three $5,000 cash prizes
  • Researchers assess future of horticultural biotechnology
  • Restoration ecology: an 'emerging issue' in ANR-a report on the Natural Resources Continuing Conference
  • UCCE advisors help small-scale growers search for specialty and alternative crops
  • Redesigned website is your gateway to ANR promotional products and ANR logo guidelines
  • Logo guidelines being revised
  • In memoriam: Noet T. Keen
  • Nancy Feldman retires, ending 22-year career at UC Cooperative Extension
  • Photographer Chet Fukushima retires
ANR welcomes:
  • Theresa Ward: farm advisor for Stanislaus and San Joaquin counties
  • Jackelyn Lundy: community development and natural resources advisor for Napa Countye the main stories in this issue:

Also in this issue:

  • Alameda CE links youth, nutrition, computers
  • Members sought for restration ecology workgroup
  • Names in the news: Charles Go, Alberto Hauffen, Miguel A. Marino, Cal Qualset, Stephen Welter
  • Job Opportunity: Youth development advisor, Riverside County
PDF File    ANR Report for May, 2002