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...
|Pastured/Free-Range Poultry Farming||1/6/2020|
|Bee Dazzled- an Introduction to Native Bees and a Workshop on Raising Mason Bees - Windsor||2/1/2020|
|Fake news in the Garden - Healdsburg||2/1/2020|
|2020 Sonoma County Grape Day||2/6/2020|
|2020 NORTH COAST PEAR RESEARCH MEETING||2/6/2020|
|Youth Ag & Animal Science Field Day||2/8/2020|
|Keep Your Soil Alive: Cover Crops- Compost and Mulch - Guerneville||2/8/2020|
|Pruning and Caring for Fruit Trees - Sebastopol||2/8/2020|
|Native Trees of the North Bay - Petaluma||2/29/2020|
UCCE Sonoma Blogs
Is Compost Bedding Pack right for your dairy? Compost bedded pack (CBP) barns are an increasingly popular open barn design for housing dairy...
"To stop or slow the spread of this newly invasive plant in California, we must quickly develop effective management tools and an informed management...
Vice President Glenda Humiston introduced alumni regent-designate Debby Stegura to UC Cooperative Extension staff and their community...