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

"The sustainable methods of farming that I’m currently practicing were a direct result of my cooperation with UC Cooperative Extension. This system not only saves me money, but has a tremendous benefit to the environment."
Dino Giacomazzi, Central Valley Dairy Farmer 2012 Leopold Conservation Award Recipient

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Recent evaluations show that youth engaged in 4-H excel to a greater level in school and in the sciences, make healthier choices, and are more active in contributing to their communities. - View More Facts

Cooperative Extension is...

Eric Natwick

Eric Natwick
Farm Advisor, Cooperative Extension Imperial

I diagnose insects and insect related disease problems brought to my office or on field calls from filed crops, vegetable crops and from homes and business offices. I write reports on insect management research and management of insect transmitted disease research for both field crops and vegetable crops grown in the Imperial Valley, CA. I enjoy working on a research farm where I'm privileged to conduct research on insect management problems related the the needs of our local clientele. I also enjoy the personal interaction with clientele and with fellow researchers.

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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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