UC ANR leadership is proud of its outstanding network of nine Research and Extension Centers across the state. Including academic salaries and temporary funding, UC ANR invests close to $14 million annually in the REC system. We are committed to continuing to make an investment of this magnitude, recognizing the importance of each individual REC, and the REC system to our research and extension missions.
A freeze on state operations and maintenance funding since 2006, and a virtual absence of deferred maintenance funds, necessitates a close look at how the annual investment is used so as to position the RECs for a long, successful future. UC ANR leadership is taking the long view to its programmatic collaboration and...
- Author: Pamela Kan-Rice
We are pleased to announce that Jeffery Dahlberg has accepted the position of Kearney director beginning Jan. 3.
Dahlberg will oversee both Kearney Agricultural Center (academic group) and Kearney Research & Extension Center. He will be based in Parlier and report to Bill Frost, the Research and Extension Center System associate director/Cooperative Extension assistant director.
Currently Dahlberg is research director for the National Sorghum Producers and the United Sorghum Checkoff Program and based in Lubbock, Texas. He conducts and publishes sorghum research and has worked to develop sorghum use in the biofuels and renewable industries and food industry.
“This newly configured position, combining...