Collaborating to solve problems, connecting to serve communities
UC Agriculture and Natural Resources comprises the Agricultural Experiment Station (AES) and UC Cooperative Extension. Numerous successful collaborations take place across this network and the entire UC system to bring research-based solutions to local communities.
These stories are just a sampling of numerous collaborations happening across the state. Visit the UC ANR directory to learn who is working in your areas of interest and make a connection.
Researchers collaborate to help rice farmers manage drought, pests, other challenges
Collaboration spurs solutions to alfalfa weevil woes across Western U.S.
Crucial organic farming issue addressed by UC workshops, collaborations
UC ANR experts highlight grazing as tool for land management, fire resilience
NPI, partners strengthen key pillar of nutrition for women, children
How can grazing on rangelands boost wildfire resiliency?
Innovations in groundwater recharge
Partnering to protect grapevines
Teamwork to benefit California rice growers
Supporting dairy cow welfare and nutrition
Friends and collaborators protecting animal health
A partnership to support the date industry
Crucial collaboration with UCCE Farm Advisor
From lab to countertop: a partnership for healthy, safe fermented food
Training youth to protect animal health