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California elderberries have rich benefits for farms and diets

October 01, 2019

California elderberries have rich benefits for farms and diets

By Jeannette Wernart, UC ANR
Originally posted Oct 1, 2019: https://ucanr.edu/News/?routeName=newsstory&postnum=31440

Native California elderberries can be found at the intersection of sustainable farming, super nutrition and economic viability. Naturally drought tolerant, flavorful and packed with nutrients, they are capturing the interest of farmers, health-conscious consumers and scientists. 

Join the Russell Ranch Team! Recruiting a Project Scientist

July 17, 2019
Project Scientist - Russell Ranch Sustainable Ag Facility UC Davis

Job #JPF02937

To apply, please go to the following link: https://recruit.ucdavis.edu/apply/JPF02937
  • Agricultural and Environmental Sciences - AGR & ENV SCI DEANS OFFICE
RECRUITMENT PERIOD

Open date: July 15th, 2019

Next review date: Sunday, Sep 1, 2019 at 11:59pm (Pacific Time)
Apply by this date to ensure full consideration by the committee.

Extension Professionals in California Learn about Uprooting Racism in the Food System 

May 31, 2019

Sustainable agriculture extension is only as effective as the number of people reached and the quality of those interactions. In California, almost a third of farms and ranches are operated by persons of color, and many are recent immigrants, primarily from Latin America and Asia. Are we effectively engaging with those producers so that their communities, too, can benefit from the latest developments in environmentally sound and economically viable farming practices?  

Green Fellowship Now Open for Students!

April 09, 2019
Green Fellowship available to fund projects exploring student-led advancement of social justice, sustainable technology, and environmental sustainability at UC Davis.


On the occasion of the 50th Anniversary of the Whole Earth Festival grateful UC Davis alum, faculty and community members have donated money to create the Green Fellowship, which will support students advancing social justice and environmental sustainability. These donors are also supporting the advancement of the Student Living and Learning Communities (SLLC).

Russell Ranch Releases 2018 Report

February 06, 2019
2018 Russell Ranch Progress Report

Russell Ranch just released their 2018 Research Report, describing the 25 research projects and findings that were conducted on the Ranch in 2018 alone. Russell Ranch researchers were excited to work with a number of UC Davis faculty, graduate students, and staff, as well as researchers from UC Berkeley, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab, and UC Merced, among other institutions.