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UCCE Sonoma celebrates Centennial

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Happy Anniversary UCCE!  We look good for 100 years! Back: Henning Fett, Coho Program; Lisa Bell, SOD; Paul Vossen, Specialty Crops Advisor; Tiffany Melville, Admin; Rhonda Smith, Viticulture Advisor; Paul Olin, CASGEP Advisor; Karen Giovannini, Ag Ombuds; Sarah Nossaman Pierce, Coho Program. Front: Deborah Curle, Office Manager; Mimi Enright, Master Gardener Coordinator; Stephanie Larson, Director and Livestock & Range Management Advisor; Judy Ludovise, 4-H Program Rep; Linda...

Posted on Thursday, May 8, 2014 at 10:45 AM
Tags: UCCE Sonoma (2), UCCE100 (4)

Centennial: Be a Scientist


To celebrate the 100th anniversary of the founding of our nation's Cooperative Extension system, the University of California's Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources is sponsoring a day of science and service on May 8. We need your help to make our science projects successful. The more people who participate, the more data we'll have to analyze. Everyone in California is invited to participate. It's quick and easy. Go to beascientist.ucanr.edu, choose a project, and record your...


Posted on Wednesday, May 7, 2014 at 8:35 AM
Tags: BeaScientist (1), Centennial (2), UCCE100 (4)

Salmonid Restoration Federation Conference

Amelia Johnson

In March, Amelia Johnson (California Sea Grant/UCCE Sonoma) along with Tim Ryan and Will Boucher (Watershed Stewards Project, AmeriCorps members with California Sea Grant) represented the Russian River Coho Salmon Monitoring Program at the 32nd Annual Salmonid Restoration Federation Conference in Santa Barbara, California. Amelia (pictured) presented data from the coho program during her talk “Are low summer flows limiting survival of salmonids at the stream and watershed scales in the...

Posted on Monday, May 5, 2014 at 9:00 AM
  • Author: Amelia Johnson alj012@ucsd.edu
Tags: Coho (11), Russian River (3), Salmonid (1), Sea Grant (1), Sonoma County (7)

Garden Sense Program Makes Sense!

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The UCCE Sonoma Master Gardeners launched a partnership with the Sonoma County Water Agency in November 2013 called “”. Under the Garden Sense program, a team of two Master Gardeners with specialized training in water efficiency schedule visits with interested Sonoma County homeowners to advise on how to transform their landscape from one that gulps water to one that sips. Garden Sense consultants have been trained in lawn conversion, water management, irrigation systems,...

Posted on Friday, April 25, 2014 at 9:29 AM
  • Author: Mimi Enright menright@ucanr.edu

Centennial: UCCE Sonoma presented with Gold Resolution

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On Earth Day, April 22, 2014, UCCE Sonoma County was presented with a Gold Resolution by the Board of Supervisors of the County of Sonoma in recognition of the 100th Anniversary of the Smith-Lever Act. Nine members of the UCCE Sonoma office, and one reluctant 4-Her (the authors daughter pictured here), attended the Board of Supervisors meeting to accept the recognition.   The Bird Rescue Center made a presentation and brought along a couple of friends including the Great Horned Owl...

Posted on Tuesday, April 22, 2014 at 4:00 PM
Tags: Sonoma County (7), UCCE100 (4)

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