Making a Difference for California
The University of California Cooperative Extension (UCCE) Offices are local problem-solving centers, part of a statewide network of UC researchers and educators who bridge UC research with the communities we serve. Our Advisors and Community Education Specialists deliver a range of locally relevant programs focusing on farm, environment, nutrition, 4-H youth development, science literacy, urban agriculture, home and commercial horticulture. We deliver science-based information through public workshops, meetings, newsletters, and mass media communication tools to local communities. In addition, our Advisors and Community Educator Specialists collaborate on partnerships with government agencies and community-based organizations to extend the reach of our programs. More information on UC Agriculture and Natural Resources.
San Mateo Co. Fair Returns!
What's New from the UC Blogs
Happy Fly Day Friday! If you've ever wondered why entomologists and insect enthusiasts post images of flies on Friday, not to worry. They consider this "Fly Day." The Urban...
Let's hear it for the sweat bee. It's one of the many tiny bees that ought to be honored and recognized during Pollination Week, June 21-27, but it's often...
Steven Cardoza farms 300 acres of organic raisin grapes with his father in Fresno County, California. He met with us recently to share his experiences with cover cropping and...
|Compost Basics for Everyone||7/10/2021|
|4-H Virtual Summer Camp||7/19/2021|
|4-H Virtual Summer Camp||8/9/2021|
|Good Bugs - Bad Bugs on Edible Plants||8/14/2021|
UC Elkus Ranch Small-Group & Family Tours
Small-groups and families are invited to experience UC Elkus Ranch with an individual tour at our environmental education center. Learn more...
UC Elkus Ranch Adventure Day
A private outdoor day of fun at UC Elkus Ranch for social bubbles of children and adults. Learn more: ucanr.edu/adventure