Chile–California Conference, October 17, at UC Davis

The fourth Chile–California Conference, organized by the Chilean student associations at UC Davis, UC Berkeley, UC Santa Cruz and Stanford University, will be held in the UC Davis Activities and Recreation Center on Saturday, October 17, 2015. The event, titled “Envisioning the Future, Creating it Together” will feature presentations by speakers from Chile and the…

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Ken Tate: 2015 Recipient of James H. Meyer Distinguished Achievement Award

by John Stumbos Reprinted from CA&ES Currents August 2015 UC Cooperative Extension specialist and faculty member Kenneth Tate is the 2015 recipient of the James H. Meyer Distinguished Achievement Award. The UC Davis award recognizes a distinguished career of achievement by an Academic Federation member. A secondary but important consideration is voluntary service to the…

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Newly Updated Drought Tips Available for Farmers

[In the fourth year of California drought, strategies for managing many crops are available from UC ANR.] by Jeannette Warnert, jewarnert@ucanr.edu UC ANR August 25, 2015 Drought strategies for managing alfalfa and many other crops are available free from UC Agriculture and Natural Resources. As California endures a fourth year of drought and ever-tightening water supplies, water-management strategies…

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Warm Winters Can Help Wildfire Recovery, As Long As There’s Enough Rain

[Ecosystems of South Africa’s Cape Floristic Region bounce back from wildfires much more quickly in warmer winter weather.] by Kat Kerlin, UC Davis July 6, 2015 Reprinted from UC Davis Egghead Blog, by Andy Fell Using more than a decade’s worth of daily satellite images, researchers have determined ecosystems of South Africa’s Cape Floristic Region…

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