Reconnect with colleagues & celebrate natural resource management at the new Plumas-Sierra Stakeholder Exchange this summer. Three events are planned to reconnect and foster collaboration with colleagues & friends by sharing your respective projects, local science, and celebrating the field season! Please join us in this outdoor event to hear what everyone is up to with a social hour and featured speaker.
July 8, 2021, August 26, 2021 and September 16, 2021.
Join UC Cooperative Extension for an evening session that will be held online to learn more about Epizootic Bovine Abortion (EBA) , more commonly known as Foothill Abortion. During the session you will hear from Dr. Jeffrey Stott, lead researcher at the UC Davis Veterinary School. Dr. Stott will discuss disease background, management options and the new vaccine that has proven safe and phenomenally effective. During the session you will also hear from Jenna Chandler with Hygieia Biological Laboratories who is the product manager for the EBA vaccine. Dr. Stott and Jenna will be answer questions poised by attendees.
Each year, it is believed that foothill abortion costs the California cattle producers over $10 million annual. Join us to learn more about the disease and recently released vaccine. Click here to register now for this free event.
Much of wildfire preparedness centers on residents taking personal responsibility to prepare, here are some tips to help you get ready for fire season. Also, UC Cooperative Extension highlights research findings from Northern California on fire preparedness. Click here to read more.
In the News
UCCE's Forestry and Natural Resources Advisor Ryan Tompkins encourages for people who live in fire zones to take personal responsibility for their homes and properties. Click for Cap Radio Interview.
The UCCE Plumas-Sierra team is excited to share our 2019 annual report.
Click here, to learn more about the extension programs and research projects underway in our local community.
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California has abundant wildlands — forests, rangeland, open areas, wildlife refuges and national, state, and local parks — that need protection from invasive plants. Invasive plants affect all Californians by increasing wildfire potential;...