The Salinity/Drainage Program was established in 1985 to create a mechanism for the University of California to conduct research and extension activities contributing to sustaining agricultural productivity and maintaining environmental quality in the western San Joaquin Valley.
The Salinity/Drainage Program develops, interprets, and disseminates research knowledge on salinity, drainage, selenium and other toxic element problems in the San Joaquin Valley. The program works closely with state agencies and supports research, extension, and education activities.
The Salinity/Drainage Program holds an annual meeting (generally in the Spring) bringing together current Salinity/Drainage researchers to discuss research projects and programs.
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