UCCE Sonoma County
University of California
UCCE Sonoma County

About Us

Our mission is to sustain a vital agriculture, environment, and community in Sonoma County by providing University of California research-based information in agriculture, natural resource management and youth development.

Across California, the University of California’s 57 Cooperative Extension offices are local problem-solving centers. University Advisors and Representatives are the most important link in the Cooperative Extension System. We conduct research on a wide range of subjects and extend our findings to business and industry, consumers, educators, and the community at large.

UC Cooperative Extension, Sonoma County programs include4-H Youth Development, Ag Ombudsman, Integrated Pest Management, Livestock & Range Management, Marine ScienceMaster GardenersSpecialty Crops and Olives, Sudden Oak Death, Viticulture and Watershed Management.

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The University of California's Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources is the bridge between local issues and the power of UC Research.  ANR's advisors, specialists and faculty bring practical, science-based answers to Californians.

ANR works hand in hand with industry to enhance agricultural markets, help the balance of trade, address environmental concerns, protect plant health, and provide farmers with scientifically tested production techniques and Californians with increased food safety.

  • 200 locally based Cooperative Extension advisors and specialists
  • 57 local offices throughout California
  • 130 campus-based Cooperative Extension specialists
  • 9 Research and Extension Centers
  • 6 statewide programs
  • 700 academic researchers in 40 departments at 3 colleges and 1 professional school:
    • UC Berkeley College of Natural Resources
    • UC Davis College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences
    • UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine
    • UC Riverside College of Natural and Agricultural Sciences

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Since the first UC Cooperative Extension office opened in Humboldt County in 1913, UC scientists have been fanning out to communities across California, serving as problem-solvers, catalysts, collaborators, stewards and educators.

Our advisors live and work in the communities they serve. To many Californians we are the face of UC—providing expertise, visibility and a keen understanding of local issues.

Together with our campus partners, we build the bridge between the people of California and their great University.

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For an overview of the breadth of UC ANR's extension and research activities, download the Cultivating California brochure. (1.7 MB)

 

UC Cooperative Extension: 100 Years & Counting

Annual Reports

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Cover 2015 AR
Annual Report 2014
Annual Report 2013
Annual Report 2012
Annual Report 2011
 
Annual Report 2010
 
Annual Report 2009
 
Annual Report 2007-2008

University of California Cooperative Extension, Sonoma County
133 Aviation Blvd Suite 109, Santa Rosa, CA 95403  Phone: 707.565.2621  Fax: 707.565.2623
Office Hours:  M-F, 8am-Noon & 1pm-4pm

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