UCCE Sonoma County
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Mar 8
Mar 18-19
Forest GIS Workshop
Various

Plus Partner Events - see below
Vineyard Soil Health Symposium
 
March 8, 9am - Noon
Sonoma County Winegrowers
3245 Guerneville Road | Santa Rosa

Growers will gather for a morning of presentations and discussions on improving vineyard soil health. The program will begin with academic researchers and professionals sharing information on tillage management alternatives, cover crops, compost application, and best practices for vineyard floor management. 

Presenters include:
  • Glenn McGourty, Winegrowing and Plant Science Advisor, UC Cooperative Extension- Mendocino and Lake County
  • Josh Beniston, PhD, Soil Scientist and Program Coordinator for Sustainable Agriculture, Santa Rosa Junior College
  • Britta Baskerville, Community Education Specialist, UC Cooperative Extension- Mendocino and Lake County
Refreshments provided. 
Forest GIS Workshop
 
March 18-19
Santa Rosa Junior College

UCCE is pleased to offer a series of workshops on Forestry Applications of GIS in 2019. These workshops will bring participants up to speed on the latest GIS software, best practices in cartography, managing data, and spatial analysis.
Workshops will be held in several locations in northern California and include two full days of presentations and hands-on exercises. This workshop has been designed for participants of all levels. 

Topics include:
  • Intro to ArcGIS Pro, ESRI's newest version of their desktop GIS software
  • Mobile data collection and data management
  • Black and white cartography tips and tricks for submitting THP maps
Events & Workshops by our Partners:
Crop Report Time

Every response is important. The Crop Report is a valuable publication and is widely distributed to public officials and government agencies, as well as many businesses interested in agriculture. All past Crop Reports can be viewed on our  Crop Reports page.

Please complete all applicable surveys from the list below and click the Submit button to send your responses via email. Or, if you prefer, you may print the survey and fax it to  (707) 565-3850

Please submit your responses by ASAP (already past due, so please do this today).   
  1. Apple Production Survey (PDF: 372 kB)
  2. Egg and Poultry Production Survey (PDF: 370 kB)
  3. Field Crops and Pasture Rangeland Production Survey (PDF: 453 kB)
  4. Livestock Survey (PDF: 401 kB)
  5. Nursery Products Survey (PDF: 429 kB)
  6. Olive and Apiary Production Survey (PDF: 392 kB)
  7. Vegetable, Fruit, Nut, Eggs, and Cut Flower Production Survey (PDF: 377 kB)
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Pierpaolo Aymar at  (707) 565-2371  or via email  atpierpaolo.aymar@sonoma-county.org

Basic All-Hazards Disaster Safety

While this class includes several requirements for volunteer disaster service workers, additional training is required for Animal Disaster Volunteers, and you must check with the group(s) you are interested in joining for their training requirements.

A certificate of completion will be awarded to students at the end of the class.

Class includes fire shelter deployment module, which requires participation demonstrating a level of physical fitness. This, and other rigorous training, is required for individuals planning to join animal evacuation, search and rescue, or field shelter-in-place team.
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Class is taught by
Captain Gary Johnson, ResQ FAST, LLC

TUITION: $40

Sponsored by:  HALTER Project
Tuesday, Mar 5 
11:30am - 6:30pm
Petaluma Riding & Driving Club
1820 Skillman Lane, Petaluma


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