The University of California 4-H Youth Development Program engages youth in reaching their fullest potential by focusing on the development of citizenship, leadership, and life skills, such as decision-making, communication, responsibility and teamwork.
Prunes, almonds, pears, apple, cherry, olive, plum and pomegranate
Walnuts, peaches, kiwifruit, pecan, grape, nectarine, pistachio, persimmon, chestnut, apricots, fuelwood.
Trained volunteers provide horticultural information and advice to home gardeners. Click here to go to our site.
Prevention of loss of homes during a wildfire, how to landscape and construct homes for improved safety.
Provides nutrition curricula to qualifying schools and community organizations to encourage a healthy lifestyle and food choices.
Q&A: UC ANR's Doug Parker talks drought
Posted 4/15/2015 - Recently, the UC Food Observer caught up with one of California's foremost experts on water: Doug Parker of the University...
New study focuses on food safety practices on small and medium-size farms
Posted 4/8/2015 - To improve food safety, UC Agriculture and Natural Resources studies every link in the food chain, from producers' farms to...
6 ways local officials can encourage urban farming
Posted 3/30/2015 - We know that eating plenty of fruits and vegetables is key to a healthful diet, but not everyone has ready access to a...
Monkey bread: It's more fun than a barrel of....
Posted 3/20/2015 - The skills learned in the UC Agriculture and Natural Resources 4-H Youth Development program last a lifetime, but in the...
Nickels Soil Lab Annual Field Day
Date: May 6, 2015