This youth development program helps young people discover and develop their potential. It provides an exciting variety of educational and enrichment experiences.
Working with local commercial farmers and grape growers solving problems and exploring new techniques to improve the productivity of our local ranches and vineyards.
The Central Sierra forestry program seeks to provide the latest research-based information from the University of California to residents, non-profits, and staff of local, state, and federal agencies.
UC Cooperative Extension provides information about weed control, native grasses, oak woodland conservation and ranch water quality to landowners, ranchers and others concerned with rangeland conservation in the Central Sierra Foothill Counties.
Trained by the University of California, Master Food Preserver volunteers work in the community as local food preservation specialists answering food preservation/safety questions. They have a hotline and teach many food preservation classes throughout the year.
Trained volunteers provide advice and support for local gardeners, schools and non-profit organizations.
Our Natural Resource Program provides forestry, wildlife, rangeland, watershed management and other natural resource related information to a wide variety of county residents and visitors. The goal is to promote sound management and conservation of the region's natural resources, through research, educational activities, and good working relationships with a broad range of people.
The nutrition education program is part of the University of California Cooperative Extension operating in El Dorado, Amador, Calaveras and Tuolumne counties. Our mission is to make healthy eating and active living more accessible in the Central Sierra - because good health should be within reach for everyone in our communities.