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Serving Fresno County
True to the mission of the land grant universities, UC Agriculture and Natural Resources connects the power of UC research in agriculture, natural resources, nutrition and youth development with local communities to improve the lives of all Californians.
For over 100 years, our advisors, specialists, faculty and staff have been committed to:
- Connecting Californians to their University
- Leading the way to science-based solutions
- Providing information that is trustworthy and not biased
- Sharing research that is practical to use
- Addressing local concerns as part of the community
- Inviting the participation of concerned stakeholders
- Facilitating problem-solving and outreach to address the state’s toughest challenges
We Deliver the Future!
The University of California Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources (ANR) is a statewide network of campus based Agricultural Experiment Station researchers and Cooperative Extension specialists located on the Berkeley, Davis and Riverside campuses working collaboratively with county-based Cooperative Extension advisors located in 50 county offices throughout the state.
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Checkout our Spotlight Employee for May!
Check back monthly to meet our team and see who will be our next Spotlight Employee!
Down on the Farm with Tom Willey
Listen to Fresno/Madera Livestock Advisor Rebecca Ozeran on "Down on the Farm with Tom Willey!"
While one wily virus from wild nature boils on the front burner, food safety issues pitting domesticated animals against our salad plates still simmer. Two University of California extension agents recently weighed in on tainted greens from animal agriculture’s perspective, possibly a first. “Down on the Farm” host Tom Willey engages farm advisors Brooke Latack and Rebecca Ozeran on safer salads versus feel-good industry response.
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URGENT PRESS RELEASE (Fresno County):
With persistent storms and snow melting throughout California, various cities, communities, and agricultural land are under flood alert. If you are affected by these events and are in need of some assistance, here are some helpful links:
Sandbags for Flood Prevention-
Storm Readiness Resources and Tips-
For all other Fresno County Emergency Resources -
2022 UCANR Impact on California
2022 Highlights: A Year of Inspiration
Watch this short video about what UCANR has done for our communities.