Instructor's guide provides resources and tools to plan and implement ranch water quality planning workshops and field days for grazing livestock producers, agency staff, and other stakeholders interested in grazing management and water quality.
In partnership with the Resource Conservation District of Monterey County, UCCE of San Benito County recently received a Cal Fire grant to promote the use of prescribed fire in San Benito, Monterey and Santa Cruz counties.
The California Cattle Council recently funded a UC Cooperative Extension project to evaluate how much fine fuel (grasses and other plants) are eaten by cattle on rangelands, and how this may affect wildfire behavior.
The sessions encompass learning executive/life skills, fostering perseverance, time management, organizational skills, an increased working memory, flexibility, self-control, attention span and ability to plan ahead.
With fewer people at schools during the pandemic, the Hollister School District saw a unique opportunity to significantly upgrade its sports fields. The work will offer benefits to students and the broader community.