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Ventura ranchers thank UC Cooperative Extension
The Ventura County Cattlemen's Association publicly thanked UC Cooperative Extension and other...
No need to pass on the Caesar's salad
At least 58 people have been sickened, and two — one in California and one in Canada —...
Monthly news round up: January 2018
Bloomington nursery's citrus trees to be destroyed by California agriculture department (ABC7...
UC Food Blog
As we settle into 2018, it's natural to wonder what the New Year may bring. There have been dozens of "trend pieces" discussing what's in store. In this wrap, we consider possible 2018 trends in water, the GM debate, science communication, and food and...
As we celebrate the winter holiday season with its many joyful occasions, it's sobering to think how many people are in need of nutritious food. Millions of people are at risk of going hungry, says Feeding America. And according to groundbreaking studies...
At the end of a long year, sometimes it helps to reconnect with what motivates your work. For Karin Albornoz — a Ph.D. student who works in the Diane Beckles Lab at UC Davis on molecular biology related to tomato postharvest chilling injury...
Coffee is being commercially grown in California and coffee drinkers can't get enough of the locally produced beverage, which currently retails for about $18 per cup. Anyone who is interested in growing, processing or marketing specialty coffee in...
Nestled in the rolling foothills of Placer County, just northeast of Sacramento, are more than 35 beautiful small family farms growing mandarin oranges. The warm days and cool nights in Penryn, Newcastle, Loomis, Lincoln and Auburn make this area a...
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