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  • Power outages may put too much emphasis on one cause of wildfire

    Added October 11, 2019
    UCCE advisors Lenya Quinn-Davidson and Jeffrey Stackhouse at a prescribed burn in Humboldt County.

    While many California communities have been left without power, UC Cooperative Extension fire scientist Lenya Quinn-Davidson worries that last year's Camp Fire has put too much focus on utility companies as the cause of fires, reported Tara Law in...

  • UCCE advisor speaks about vegetable grafting at neighboring university

    Added October 2, 2019
    A grafted tomato plant. (Photo: UC Davis Tomato Genetics Resource Center Image Library)

    Zheng Wang, vegetable crops advisor with UC Cooperative Extension in Stanislaus County, visited an ag class at Stanislaus State to discuss a state-of-the-art vegetable production practice that involves grafting, reported Alivah Stoeckl in...

  • ANR in the news September 16-30

    Added September 30, 2019

    The Camp Fire started on federal land. This rule would make PG&E clean up its power lines (Sac Bee) Emily Cadei, Sept. 30 …“In California, it is fairly clear that PG&E did not keep an up-to-date inventory and accomplishment...

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End of academic review period sparks conversations about streamlining paperwork
We are now just one week from of the end of the current review period for UC ANR academics. I know many of you have confirmed your intended salary advancement action for the review period. Whether you intend to seek a salary advancement action or prepare...

Dave Krause to leave UC ANR in October
It is with mixed emotions that I announce Dave Krause's departure from the Division October 11.  After nearly 14 years with UCANR, Dave has accepted a new role with Driscoll's Berries to help improve the technology in their research environment....

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