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The California Institute for Water Resources is pleased to announce its 2023-25 Request for Proposals for junior investigators. Funded projects are slated to begin Sept. 1. Please note that the funding period may fluctuate and is based...
UC ANR is excited to welcome Erik Porse as the director of the California Institute for Water Resources today (Jan. 11). Porse has built an outstanding career in water as a research engineer with the Office of Water Programs at California State...
"Wasps are terrible. They come jam-packed full of pain and anger, and they love to sting us out of the blue while we're minding our own business. They eat our food at picnics and frighten our children. They even build nests in our gardens and homes, just...
2018 National Youth Summit on Agri-Science “opened eyes” of CA teens to how agricultural science applies to their daily lives
Youth today are confused about where their food comes from. Children have been quoted as saying cheese comes from plants and pasta from animals (Newsweek, 2017). This confusion is no surprise, as only two percent of Americans live on farms today, disconnected with food and agricultural production. Further, most of the youth today are not aware of the science of food, agriculture, and production, or the need for young people to consider careers in these fields. Creative minds are needed so that we can address the looming worldwide food shortages in the future.