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2019 LIVESTOCK FOOD SAFETY WORKSHOP

Paula Rivadeneira, U of A Food Safety and Wildlife Specialist, presents on past research on pathogen movement in the low desert. Picture by Jairo Diaz

Participants representing Imperial County cattle feedlots came together on April 22nd to discuss food safety at the Livestock Food Safety Workshop held at UC DREC. Organized by UCANR advisors and specialists, invited speakers presented current management...

Paula Rivadeneira, U of A Food Safety and Wildlife Specialist, presents on past research on pathogen movement in the low desert. Picture by Jairo Diaz
Paula Rivadeneira, U of A Food Safety and Wildlife Specialist, presents on past research on pathogen movement in the low desert. Picture by Jairo Diaz

Rob Atwill, director of UC Vet Med Extension and the UC Davis Western Institute for Food Safety and Security, discusses produce food safety. Picture by Jairo Diaz
Rob Atwill, director of UC Vet Med Extension and the UC Davis Western Institute for Food Safety and Security, discusses produce food safety. Picture by Jairo Diaz

Posted on Monday, April 29, 2019 at 5:00 PM
Tags: DREC (5), Food Safety (3), Livestock (1), Produce (2)

UC ANR participates in berry day at Woodlake’s Bravo Lake Botanical Garden.

In June, Woodlake's Bravo Lake Botanical Garden hosted a berry day, which attracted over 500 people. Many UC Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources groups helped make the event an enjoyable day of learning about a healthy lifestyle, including growing and eating fresh produce. The UC ANR groups contributing to the program's success included some of UC Cooperative Extension, Tulare County's Master Gardener volunteers, Healthy Families staff, and advisors; Kearney Agricultural Research and Extension Center; and Lindcove Research and Extension Center. Attendees were provided prepared samples of fresh produce, including cherries, peaches, oranges, figs and berries. Attendees were also able to pick and eat produce directly from the plants as they strolled along the agricultural botanical garden's pathways.

Julie Sievert and Rodolfo Cisneros providing the public with fresh produce to sample.
Julie Sievert and Rodolfo Cisneros providing the public with fresh produce to sample.

Posted on Friday, July 25, 2014 at 1:55 PM
  • Author: Laura J. Van der Staay
Tags: healthy (3), produce (2)
 
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