University of California, Agriculture & Natural Resources
University of California, Agriculture & Natural Resources
University of California, Agriculture & Natural Resources
University of California
University of California, Agriculture & Natural Resources

UCCE Centennial: 100 Years of Science and Service

"UC ANR offers local expertise with a practical mindset and applied research. They are people who can look directly at a problem and work together with the community and campus based experts on a solution."
Don Bransford Owner, Bransford Farms 

Did You Know?
1913 - First UC farm advisor hired - Andrew Hansen Christiansen becomes the first UC Cooperative Extension farm advisor working in Humboldt County. - View Timeline

Cooperative Extension is...

Alisha Rouland

Alisha Rouland
Nutrition Education Coordinator, UCCE Butte County / Cluster

What I love Most About Working for ANR:

What I love most about working for UC ANR is the immense opportunity for educational and skill growth as an employee and person. We are so lucky to be able to have so many reputable avenues to improve our knowledge and skill base, from hands-on learning with local farmers, to in-depth research from our very own researchers, to statewide conferences, and everything in between. Aside from that, I love knowing that we do make a positive impact on our community. To be able to witness the health changes people make that will impact the rest of their lives is a powerful motivator.

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About UC Cooperative Extension

For 100 years and counting, UCCE researchers and educators have worked together with local community members to develop and provide science-based information to solve economic, agricultural, natural resource, youth development and nutrition issues. Some of our programs include 4-H Youth Development, Master Gardeners, Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program, and the Integrated Pest Management Program.

Here's to another 100 years of science and service!

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