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Federally Recognized Tribal Extension Program

Federally Recognized Tribal Extension Program

Federally Recognized Tribal Extension Program

For the last year, Humboldt/Del Norte UCCE has been working with the Federal Recognized Tribe Extension Program (FRTEP). This grant, directed by Deborah Giraud, is similar to projects across the country. The grant currently provides information, workshops, demonstrations and projects on agriculture, natural resources, food security, food preservation and youth development to Native American tribal communities. Please click for more information.

Current Newsletters

- Humboldt and Del Norte Counties 2013 Year in Review  
   To learn more about what we do

-15 Ways UCCE is Working for You
     Examples of our work in your community

-UC Experts Offer GMO Information September 2014
Highlights of recent activities

-4-H Handbook for Members and Families
    
To learn more about 4-H

July 2012 SOD Update
    A newsletter about SOD on the northcoast


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News

Scientists search for an odor Asian citrus psyllids cannot resist

New chemical attractants could make a better Asian citrus psyllid trap.

UC Agriculture and Natural Resources scientists based at UC Riverside are honing in on odors that might lure Asian citrus psyllids into traps, and other odors that will keep them away from citrus trees, reported Mark Muckenfuss in the Riverside...

Posted on Thursday, October 30, 2014 at 2:19 PM

California pest invasion rate increasing

UC Cooperative Extension specialist Mark Hoddle inspects a citrus tree for insects.

Introduction of new invasive pests into California seems to be increasing, reported Todd Fitchette in Western Farm Press. The story was based on presentations at the recent professional crop advisors convention in Anaheim by UC Cooperative Extension...

Posted on Tuesday, October 28, 2014 at 9:05 AM

Nightmare in midtown: Brown marmorated stink bugs

A Sacramento report considers brown marmorated stink bug worthy of a Halloween creature feature.

A population of invasive brown marmorated stink bugs have settled in Sacramento's mid-town, a development that Sacramento Bee writer Debbie Arrington says is "worthy of a Halloween creature feature." "Wow, I'm being overwhelmed with calls about brown...

Posted on Monday, October 27, 2014 at 10:38 AM

California's three-part drought survival plan

Anglers hike down to the water's edge at the San Luis Reservoir. The reservoir is at 30 percent of capacity.

National Public Radio reporter Kurt Siegler spoke to the director of the UC California Institute for Water Resources, Doug Parker, to set the stage for a five-minute report on the California drought for All Things Considered. (The story is embedded...

Posted on Thursday, October 23, 2014 at 8:50 AM
Tags: Doug Parker (7), drought (66)

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Contact Information

Humboldt County Office
5630 South Broadway
Eureka, CA 95503-6998
Phone: (707) 445-7351
Fax: (707) 444-9334

Director:
Yana Valachovic

Other Offices

Del Norte County Office
586 G St.
Crescent City, CA 95531
phone: (707) 464-4711
fax: (707) 464-7520
e-mail: UCCE Del Norte

Eureka Sea Grant Extension Office
2 Commercial Street, Suite 4
Eureka, CA 95501
phone: 707-443-8369
fax: 707-445-3901

Useful Links

New and updated links at UC ANR. Be sure to browse the online catalog!

UC ANR Online Catalog

New Publications:

Grape Pest Management

Weed Pest Identification and Monitoring Cards

New Free Publications:

Community Gardens

Recently Updated Free Pest Management Guidelines:

Peppermint

Pomegranate

New Free Pest Note:

Myoporum Thrips

Below is a collection of excellent informational resources to help

you in the home, garden or with your agriculture or natural resource business.

 

- Pest management information for your home or garden ucipm.ucdavis.edu              

- Forestry resources, publications and big ideas on how to steward California forest lands ucanr.org/sites/forestry 

- Tips on how to grow a successful home orchard homeorchard.ucdavis.edu               

- Small and family farms resources and information sfp.ucdavis.edu

- Research-based information on important issues facing the horticulture industry ohric.ucdavis.edu

- Downloadable publications regarding agriculture and natural resources  anrcatalog.ucdavis.edu

- UC research-based information, accomplishments, and statewide extension activities in planting, growing, and harvesting fruits and nuts fruitsandnuts.ucdavis.edu

- Information relevant to California vegetable consumers, growers and processors  vric.ucdavis.edu

- Research in weed management  wric.ucdavis.edu

- Information related to production, harvest and processing of foods ucfoodsafety.ucdavis.edu

- More information from UCCE around the state ucanr.org

 

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