Nestled in the fertile Santa Clara Valley a few miles from the ocean, the Hansen Agricultural Research and Extension Center (HAREC) conducts leading-edge applied research to support the rich and diverse agricultural and natural resources of Ventura County. The Center supports a broad array of county-wide events including technical training for growers, as well as educational activities for youth, family and the community. The Center works collaboratively with UC Cooperative Extension-Ventura County advisors and programs.
Added March 23, 2015
It's a busy time of the year. Youth development programs are in full swing. But equally important is outreach to college students. Gwyn Vanoni, 4-H Education Specialist and Susana Bruzzone-Miller-YFC Program Manager took time to particiapate in...
Added March 13, 2015
Ready for Spring planting in your school garden? Why garden with youth? Healthy Lifestyles Reduce risk of overweight/obesity Encourages consumption of fresh fruits and vegetables Community and Social Development Increases self-esteem Develops...
Added March 10, 2015
March is national nutrition month, a time to return to the basics of healthful eating. This year, the academy of Nutrition and Dietetics encourages everyone to bite into a healthy lifestyle. Adopting eating and physical activity plans that are...
Added March 2, 2015
Entomology Association of Southern California Quarterly MeetingLos Angeles County Arboretum and Botanic Garden301 North Baldwin Avenue, Arcadia CAMarch 3, 2015 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. 9:00amDr. Erin Rankin, Professor University of California Department...
Added February 18, 2015
Farm to school enriches the connection communities have with fresh, healthy food and local food producers by changing food purchasing and education practices at schools Pre-K to high school. Although Farm to school programs may vary in each community...