South Coast Research and Extension Center (South Coast REC) was established by the University of California in 1956 as a representative site for agricultural and horticultural research in California's south coastal plain-temperate climatic zone. Located on 200 acres of deep, moderately sloped, alluvial fan soil, the Center and its mild winter climate are conducive to farming a wide range of crops including subtropicals as well as ornamentals for the urban landscape. (more..)
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Farmers outside of Mexico City are embracing older farming customs to feed their communities. To learn about the practices they are utilizing, check out the article In Mexico City, the Coronavirus is Bringing Back Aztec-Era 'Floating...
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PPE in short supply for farm work during the COVID-19 crisis While most Californians are staying home to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus, California farmers, farmworkers and other agricultural professionals are out in the fields and...
By Tammy Majcherek
Editor - Community Educator IIBy Lisa A Blecker
Author - Coordinator, Pesticide Safety Education Program and Office of Pesticide Information and Coordination (OPIC)By Whitney Brim-DeForest
Author - County Director, Sutter and Yuba Counties and CE Rice and Wild Rice AdvisorBy A. Katrina Hunter
Author - Writter Editor 3By Pamela Kan-Rice
Author - Assistant Director, News and Information Outreach
Looking for simple no-sew instructions to make a cloth face mask? The following CDC-COVID19 fact sheet illustration provides a couple of simple how-to methods using materials found around the house that are washable and reusable. If you have...