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Welcome UC ANR Employees!

2023 UC ANR Statewide Conference

UC ANR 2040: Growing Our Future Together
Aligning strengths for California's success

Visit the conference website to learn more!

April 24-27, 2023
Fresno DoubleTree and
  Fresno Convention Center
Fresno, California


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    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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UC ANR Interim Director for County Cooperative Extension
As you know David Bunn, our recent Director of County Cooperative Extension, retired earlier this month. We have had a number of leadership changes recently and I am very cognizant of the need for internal continuity across the organization. After...

Employee comments sought on vaccination program policy
On August 30, 2022, the Policy on Vaccination Programs – With Interim Amendments was issued, with an effective date of September 1, 2022. The University of California Office of the President invites comments on revisions from the interim amendments...

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