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  • Eight (of many) ways UC ANR benefits the California economy

    Added February 10, 2021
    2017 prescribed burn training in Humboldt County

    UC ANR works to benefit the California economy by improving agricultural efficiencies, mitigating risk, providing trusted information to inform policy, combating pests and diseases, advancing agriculture technologies and training the next generation of...

  • Forest management can help giant sequoias and coastal redwoods survive

    Added January 7, 2021
    Towering coastal redwoods frame a Northern California highway. (Photo: Wikimedia Commons)

    In 2020, 9,000 fires scorched more than 4 million acres of California, a record-breaking year, reported Alejandra Borunda in National Geographic. Fires burned through homes and oak forests, grasslands and pines — and also...

  • Buy local to minimize the environmental impact of live Christmas trees

    Added December 23, 2020
    Cut the environmental impact of Christmas by buying a tree at a local farm.

    Christmas tree production is a big business that offers economic benefits and environmental impacts, reported Erin Blakemore in Popular Science. Christmas trees' environmental tolls include fuel for helicopters to harvest and trucks to transport, but UC...

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Employee comment sought on abusive conduct/bullying in the workplace policy
The University of California Office of the President invites comments on a proposed Presidential Policy on Abusive Conduct/Bullying in the Workplace. The proposed policy covers abusive conduct/bullying and retaliation by and against members of the...

Eight more UCCE advisor positions released
UC ANR's hiring blitz continues! Thanks to the increased 2021-22 state funding, eight more UC Cooperative Extension (UCCE) Advisor positions are now released for recruitment. The recruitments are being staged to avoid overwhelming our Human Resources...

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