UC ANR RREA Project & Student Intern Grants Program
The UC Agriculture & Natural Resources RREA Project & Student Intern Grant Program solicits project proposals that develop and/or support new or existing Cooperative Extension projects and/or activities to address the educational and extension needs in the management of California's valuable renewable resources on forest and rangeland. The primary purpose of this program is to promote the proper management of these resources, especially on private lands, and to provide the information/education/training needed by Extension personnel, landowners, land managers, and natural resource professionals. The program also solicits student intern proposals that utilize services and talents of student interns. Internships are open to undergraduate or graduate students from any institution of higher education in California, particularly the University of California and the California State Universities.
Since 2006 the UC ANR RREA Project and Student Intern Grant Program has provided approximately $1,240,860 in funding for 139 renewable-resource focused Extension projects. We invite you to explore the programs 2008-2009 to 2019-2020 funded projects by clicking the links below.