Posts Tagged: RECS
Education Specialists representing state wide Research and Extension Centers System (RECS) sites gathered February 15-16 at Hansen. This second annual meeting was an opportunity to meet new staff, share best practices, and participate in professional...
Dr. Steven Worker delivers an Introduction to Science Education for youth
Stacey Wills, Farm Smart Manager, Desert REC participates in hands-on acitivity during workshop
Greg Ira, California Naturalist Program Coordinator and Ali Stefancich, CES II Sierra Foothill REC participate in activities
Ali Stefancich presents Sierra Foothills REC education outreach best pracitices
Shanna Abatti, 4-H Program Representative demonstrates Sustainble You! Summer Camp air quality activity
Community Educators representing the state wide Research and Extension Centers System (RECS) sites gathered February 25-27 in Hopland. The meeting was an opportunity for many of the educators to meet for the first time. A chance to network and develop...
Researchers wanted for Hopland Green House!
Innovative evapotransporation study is explained to group
Rodrigues points out the difference between grazed land and non grazed land
Lambing generally occurs between November and February
Hopland maintains sheep flock that graze the majority of the Center's rangelands
sheep at day break
Hannah's babies, adopted and bottle fed will become part of the youth education programs at the Center
Acorns in the Oaks-the Center supports more than 215 species of wild birds
Grass, wood-land, dense woodland, and chapparral are found at Hopland REC including more than 600 plant species
RECS is the acronym for Research and Extension System. The Hansen Agricultural Research and Extension Center is one of nine RECS throughout the state operated by the University of California division of Agriculture and Natural Resources...