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ANR Report for January 2009ANR Report

Here are the top stories in this issue:

  • Advocacy Through Education training to begin Jan. 30
  • Register for ANR Statewide Conference
  • UC policies revised
  • Sierra Foothill REC seeks proposals
  • Log on, learn about SNAMP
  • Employment opportunities
  • Names in the news
  • Digital photography training offered
  • Communication Services Update
  • Food price crisis examined in publication
  • Blank probes future of American agriculture
  • In memoriam: David Holmberg, Joseph Osgood, Arthur Swenerton
  ANR Report for January 2009

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University policy is intended to be consistent with the provisions of applicable State and Federal laws.

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