Hopland Research & Extension Center
Added May 23, 2013
The critically imperiled plant called Beaked Tracyina (Tracyina rostrata) is only known from about 16 locations found in Humboldt, Lake, Mendocino, Sonoma, and Trinity counties. Four of those sites are located on the UC Hopland Research & Extension Center. The CA Rare Plant Ranking for Tracyina is 1B.2 - meaning that it...
Our mission is through science to find better ways to manage our natural resources and conduct sustainable agricultural practices, for the benefit of California’s citizens. Field experiments and demonstrations conducted here since 1951 have led to more than 1,400 publications in animal science, entomology, plant ecology, public health, watershed management, and wildlife biology.
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Mendocino County Stations
Hopland Res. & Ext. Center
4070 University Rd.
Hopland, CA 95449
UC ANR California Naturalist Program
Now at the Hopland Research and Extension Center!
The new statewide UC California Naturalist Program is based out of the UC ANR Hopland Research & Extension Center. California Naturalist is a certification program developed to foster a committed corps of volunteer naturalists and citizen scientists trained to take an active role in natural resource conservation, education, and restoration. California Naturalist uses a science curriculum, hands-on learning, communication training, and community service to promote environmental literacy and stewardship through discovery and action. Continuing Education Units may be available to course participants. Take a class or an Advanced Training with California Naturalist!
Upcoming Advanced Trainings at the Hopland Research and Extension Center: 2013 Plant Identification Workshops