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  • GivingTuesday2019
    Giving Tuesday donations exceed UC ANR expectations

    On Giving Tuesday 2019, donors gave $130,311 over 24 hours for UC Cooperative Extension, statewide programs and research and extension centers that make up the University of California Agriculture and Natural Resources network. The donations will...


    By Pamela Kan-Rice
    Author - Assistant Director, News and Information Outreach
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    UC ANR updates cost estimates for growing almonds

    UC Agricultural Issues Center has released new studies estimating the cost and returns of establishing an almond orchard and producing almonds for three growing regions of California. “These cost studies are valuable for agricultural producers...


    By Pamela Kan-Rice
    Author - Assistant Director, News and Information Outreach
  • UC Cooperative Extension human-wildlife interaction advisor Niamh Quinn is conducting research to help Southern California communities manage the growing coyote population.
    UCCE researcher studies urban coyotes

    Some people believe shouting, waving arms and flashing lights will keep coyotes at bay, but UC Cooperative Extenison wildlife-human interaction advisor Niamh Quinn isn't so sure, reported Louis Sahagun in the Los Angeles Times. Like any...


    By Jeannette E. Warnert
    Author - Communications Specialist
  • You are here So are we
    Invest in every Californian with a gift to UC ANR

    UC Agriculture and Natural Resources is participating in Giving Tuesday, launching the “You are here. So are we” campaign. Donations bring the power of UC research in agriculture, natural resources, nutrition, and youth development to local...


    By Pamela Kan-Rice
    Author - Assistant Director, News and Information Outreach
  • ANR in the news November 16-30

    OPINION: Environmental education for kids: It's only natural (Chico E-R) Laura Lukes, Nov. 29 If you have school-age children, you may have noticed that something new is infusing science education in California classrooms. ...All of these new...


    By Pamela Kan-Rice
    Author - Assistant Director, News and Information Outreach
  • ANR in the news November 1-15

    Are Blackouts Here to Stay? A Look into the Future (E&E News) Anne C. Mulkern, Nov. 15 …Throughout the United States, between roughly 2000 and 2010, about 75% of homes that burned in wildfires were located in the WUI, said Van Butsic, a...


    By Pamela Kan-Rice
    Author - Assistant Director, News and Information Outreach
  • ANR-California IG
    Celebrating generosity on Giving Tuesday

    In this season of gratitude and giving, we at UC Agriculture and Natural Resources (UC ANR) would like to give thanks to everyone who has made a donation to UC ANR on Giving Tuesday over the past few years.  Whether you donate your time as a...


    By Liz Sizensky
    Author - Social Media Strategist
  • 2019 Value of Working Landscapes cover
    California’s working landscape generates $333 billion in sales, 1.5 million jobs

    California's working landscape and the industries associated with agriculture and natural resources contribute significantly to the state's economy, according to a new study by the California Community Colleges Centers of Excellence for Labor Market...


    By Pamela Kan-Rice
    Author - Assistant Director, News and Information Outreach
  • ANR in the news October 16-31

    Strategies for Increasing Ranch Income (AgNetWest) Brian German, Oct. 31  There are multiple approaches that producers can take to help increase ranch income that ranges from improving traditional avenues of revenue to taking a more unconventional...


    By Pamela Kan-Rice
    Author - Assistant Director, News and Information Outreach
  • ANR in the news October 1-15

    Why we need to treat wildfire as a public health issue in California  (The Conversation) Faith Kearns and Max Moritz, Oct 15 … As researchers who have worked extensively on fire in California, we believe it is time to treat fires...


    By Pamela Kan-Rice
    Author - Assistant Director, News and Information Outreach