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Green news from the UC Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources
by Charles A Raguse
on September 25, 2015 at 8:58 AM
Theresa Beccetti"s summary statement (beginning "Our goal ...") is much more than simply just its words. It is a ringing pronouncement of a new vision, its goals and potential accomplishments already apparent in some new directions in ANR, and it is eminently applicable to implementation by combined efforts at the Hopland and Sierra Foothill Range Centers.  
History records that a lengthy and well thought out proposal (by the UCD Department of Animal Science, I believe) for recreation research was one of the earliest seriously considered for the Sierra Center.  
An annual "Trail Ride" along the Yuba River, organized in Marysville, continued over decades, and was enjoyed by many. Tangible remnants of its course remain at river's edge. It could, and should, be restored.  
In sum, this post presents a new and exciting view of the future, one with a veritable cornucopia of possibilities.  
And it is doable.
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