UCCE Master Gardeners of Central Sierra
Master Gardeners are community members who have been trained under the direction of the University of California Cooperative Extension. They extend their knowledge through helping our community answering questions about gardening, weed/pest identification, planting timing and much more. Read more...
Rose Hayden-Smith, UC Cooperative Extension digital communications in food systems & extension educator, talked with Matthew Shapero about his work protecting California's natural resources. This is the second in a series featuring a few...
On a crisp and clear morning late last year, around 20 volunteer firefighters, landowners and community members gathered on a plot of land outside of the small rural community of Kneeland in Humboldt County. They listened intently to detailed...
Ranching has a long history in California, starting when Spanish missions were established in the early 1700s, continuing as ranchos under Mexican rule, and persisting as a solid industry today with about 38 million acres of range and pasture lands in...
Scientists are developing climate-smart farming practices, California is offering financial incentives to implement them, and now a group of 10 UC Cooperative Extension climate-smart educators are taking the program to the next level. To help farmers...
Scorching temperatures and parched earth are no match for the sorghum plant — this cereal crop, native to Africa, will remain green and productive, even under conditions that would render other plants brown, brittle and barren. A new study...
|Small Space Gardening Styles: Raised Beds- Square-Foot Gardens & Straw Bales||3/7/2020|
|Open Garden with Plant Sale||3/28/2020|
El Dorado County
|Planting for Pollinators||2/22/2020|
|12th Annual Seed Share Event||2/22/2020|