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UC Cooperative Extension Ventura County
669 County Square Dr. Suite 100
Ventura CA 93003
Phone: 805.645.1451
Fax: 805.645.1474

Office Hours
Monday - Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. 
Please phone ahead as staff schedules vary due to COVID-19.
We are also available via phone and email. 

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4-H Community Education Supervisor 1, Region 11 – Ventura, CA, Job ID 38615
County Locations: Los Angeles County, Orange County, Ventura County
Posted on September 22, 2022

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COVID-19: UCCE Ventura Operations Information

As of July 12, 2021, UCCE Ventura County is following Reopening COVID-19 Prevention Protocols. Visitors are encouraged to complete the Visitors Clearance Survey. If you have any questions or concerns email us at hansencevc@ucanr.edu.

Thank you for your consideration,

Annemiek Schilder
Director UCCE Ventura/HAREC

COVID-19 Vaccine

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Learn more at: ucanr.edu/covid19

UCCE Ventura County- Blogs
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    Find YOUR Soil

    Soils vary across a landscape according to soil-forming factors present in a particular location. To help those involved in land management and planning, the U.S. Department of Agriculture launched the National Soil Survey in 1899 to systematically map...

    By Ben Faber
    Author - Advisor
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    Soil Taxonomy Keys

    Keys to Soil Taxonomy, 13th Edition,  is Now Available Online The Keys to Soil Taxonomy, 13th edition, has been posted to the USDA, NRCS website. The Keys to Soil Taxonomy provides the taxonomic keys necessary for the...

    By Ben Faber
    Author - Advisor
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    Avocado Implications for CA Growers and Consumers

    Avocado consumption per capitain the United States has tripled intwenty years, yet California hasdecreased its bearing acreageover the last decade. One statein Mexico has primarily fulfilledthis surge in demand, but newerimporters may compete...

    By Ben Faber
    Author - Advisor

Post Fire Recovery Project

Severe wildfires in Ventura and Los Angeles Counties have damaged urban and rural roads, culverts, structures, and hill slopes, resulting in potential discharges of sediment, metals, nutrients, and other pollutants to adjacent
streams, threatening aquatic life and public health.

A new project - in partnership with Ventura RCD and Los Angeles Regional Water Board - will implement erosion control Best Management Practices (BMPs) to reduce erosion on private and public lands impacted by
2018, (INCLUDING THE THOMAS FIRE), 2019, and 2020 wildfires within Ventura County.

The Program will allocate a total of $320,000 worth of reimbursable supplies across at least 16 sub-projects, funding will be available on a first come first serve basis.

Click on the link below to learn more.

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AG Advisors Research and Diagnostics

If you are a commercial grower and need advice or assistance on an agricultural issue, please contact the appropriate UC Cooperative Extension Advisor

If you wish to bring a sample to the UCCE office, please complete and print the Sample Submission Form and bring it with your sample.

To learn more about the 
UC Master Gardener Program
and see a list of upcoming classes
visit our website at 
Master Gardeners of Ventura County

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