UCCE Sonoma County
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Cooperative Extension was started in 1914, to help farmers, homemakers, and youth use the latest university research to improve their lives. At first geared towards strengthening rural areas, Cooperative Extension became integral to urban and suburban communities as well. A century later, Cooperative Extension continues to provide a vital link between public universities and communities.
In Sonoma County, the UC Cooperative Extension academic staff is at the forefront of change, working to preserve agriculture, helping communities shape wise public policy, and strengthening community development and leadership in our youth and adults.
Learn more about UCCE Sonoma...
|Valley Oak Pest Complex Workshop||2/24/2020|
|Valley Oak Pest Complex Workshop||2/25/2020|
|Native Trees of the North Bay - Petaluma||2/29/2020|
|Creating a Sustainable Suburban Garden - Sonoma||2/29/2020|
|FireSmart Lake Sonoma||2/29/2020|
|Golden State Dairy Management Conference||3/4/2020|
|Composting and Vermicomposting (En Español) - Healdsburg||3/7/2020|
|Healthy Gardens: A Balanced Approach - Healdsburg||3/7/2020|
|The Single Best Thing You Can Do for Your Garden - Windsor||3/7/2020|
|Growing Berries - Sebastopol||3/7/2020|
|Sonoma Ecology Center CalNat Course||3/10/2020|
|Native Trees of The North Bay - Cloverdale||3/14/2020|
|Planting Natives Guided by Ecology - Guerneville||3/14/2020|
|FireWise Landscape: What You Can Do Now -Rincon||3/14/2020|
|Urban Garden/Wildlife Habitat - RP/Cotati||3/14/2020|
UCCE Sonoma Blogs
If you've visited our office, you may have seen our woolly mascot and teaching model - Lady Baa Baa. She has been joined by a dairy cow who was...
The California Department of Food and Agriculture is soliciting for applications for two programs: Healthy Soils Program (HSP) and Alternative Manure...
We are pleased to share our 2019 Annual Report available in two formats! We have our print version and are excited to present our story map...