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The REC system is a strong, vibrant organization of research and education academics supported by extraordinary research management capacity to conduct agriculture, natural resource and human resource programs that
enable the delivery of the highest quality science to promote healthy citizens and thriving communities.

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  • Lindcove Hosted a Sprayer Calibration Training for California Red Scale

    Added June 23, 2017
    Advisor Ali Pourreza and audience of spray training

    On June 13, 2017, University of California Cooperative Extension Farm Advisors Ali Pourreza (Moderator), Lynn Wunderlich and Franz Niederholzer and IPM Specialist Beth Grafton-Cardwell collaborated with Matt Strmiska of Adaptiv...

  • Invasive Species in the Spotlight

    Added June 23, 2017

        If you, or your family and friends have palms in your landscape, be sure to check out the ANR blog post about the South American Palm Weevil and watch the entertaining, and informational video. For all of you foodies out...

  • Campers Engage in 5-Day Youth Led Sustainability Program

    Added June 22, 2017
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              Imperial Valley youth aged 9-12 assembled at the UC Desert Research and Extension Center once again for the third annual Sustainable You! camp. Sustainable You! is a youth-led education enrichment...

  • Bzzz! Bzzz! It's National Pollinator Week

    Added June 20, 2017
    Pollinator Week_Bumble Bee

    Pollinator Week, June 19–25, 2017: Bee Knowledgeable! —Stephanie Parreira, UC Statewide IPM Program   Bees are the most important pollinators of California agriculture—helping us grow field crops, fruits, nuts, and vegetables....

  • Pollinator Week is June 19–25, 2017: bee knowledgeable!

    Added June 20, 2017
    The Vosnesenky bumble bee on lavender. Photo by Kathy Keatley Garvey.

    Bees are the most important pollinators of California agriculture—helping us grow field crops, fruits, nuts, and vegetables. Honey bees receive most of the credit for crop pollination, but many other kinds of bees play an important role as well....

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