- Author: Robert B Hutmacher
The West Side Research and Extension Center (WSREC) of the University of California is soliciting proposals for new and continuing research and demonstration projects to be conducted from Jan. 1 through Dec. 31, 2013.
Located on 320 acres of clay loam soil in the San Joaquin Valley, WSREC has land and equipment suitable for growing row, orchard and field crops, including vegetable crops, agronomic crops, trees, vines and turf grass. The center also provides labor, equipment, facilities and technical and management support to UC academics and to personnel from cooperating non-UC organizations, such as USDA-ARS or the CSU campuses. Approximately 7,500 hours of research center labor are available during the year to support approved projects. The WSREC is located in western Fresno County about 45 miles west of Highway 99 and about 7 miles east of Interstate 5.
To submit a proposal: Using your UC ANR Portal, go to the “Universal Review System Section” and under the “Open Systems” select “West Side REC call for Research Proposals & Reports 2013”. The “New Proposal” form needed for your submission is located on the right hand side. Fill out the Proposal form and then submit it using the create proposal button at the bottom of the page.
For information on submission via ANR Portal, contact Anita Hunt, Business Officer – 559-592-2048 Ext 151 ∙ E-mail: email@example.com
Proposals deadline: Thursday, Nov. 15, 2012
All project proposals will be evaluated and support hours allocated at our Research Advisory Committee meeting scheduled for early December 2012. For questions about the research proposal process or about research opportunities, please contact: