Orange County Programs
The Water Quality Program partners with a multitude of groups and agencies in order to accomplish the goal of improving water quality in urban Orange County.
The trained volunteers of the UC Master Gardener program extend the ability of local Cooperative Extension offices to provide practical scientific horticulture and gardening information to the citizens of California.
Through applied research and educational programs, provides practical information on ornamental, vegetable and fruit tree culture.
The Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program.
Whether youth participate in clubs, after school programs, day camps, or in other program settings, the 4-H Youth Development Program's mission and goals remain the same... to help youth develop to their full potential!
UC Cooperative Extension
7601 Irvine Boulevard
Irvine, CA 92618
Phone: (949) 653-1809
Fax: (949) 653-1800
Darren Haver, Ph.D.
Help save California citrus by identifying and reporting the four leading citrus diseases: citrus greening, citrus black spot, citrus canker, and sweet orange scab using the free app from the United States Department of Agriculture...
Summer—it's a time for swimming, BBQs, camping, and eating invasive species Last week during California Invasive Species Action Week (June 2 – June 10), we highlighted several pests, but there are many more invasive species out...
Authors: Tunyalee Martin and Cheryl Wilen Italian White Snail Slowly Becoming an Invasive Pest (Again) Sometimes an invasive pest takes a while to become invasive. The Invasive Species Council of California defines an invasive...
Citrus plants can be hosts for invasive pests. Knowing what pests are invasive and how to avoid them is an important part of nursery production. If you work in a citrus nursery, you play an important role in looking for invasive pests and...
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