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California's agritourism operations expand despite facing regulatory challenges
by Penny Leff, Shermain D. Hardesty

July-September 2020
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Agricultural water use accounting provides path for surface water use solutions
by Glenn McGourty, David Lewis, Josh Metz, John Harper, Rachel Elkins, Juliet Christian-Smith, Terry Prichard, Larry Schwankl, Prahlada Papper

January-March 2020
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“Like every other industry” — An on-the-ground perspective on Proposition 64
by Lucien Crowder

July-December 2019
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Proactive biological control: A cost-effective management option for invasive pests
by Kevi Mace, Mark S. Hoddle, John Steggall

July-September 2018
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Ownership characteristics and crop selection in California cropland
by Luke Macaulay, Van Butsic

October-December 2017
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Using InVEST to assess ecosystem services on conserved properties in Sonoma County, CA
by Van Butsic, Matthew Shapero, Diana Moanga, Stephanie Larson

April-June 2017
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The palm weevil Rhynchophorus vulneratus is eradicated from Laguna Beach
by Mark S. Hoddle, Christina D. Hoddle, Mohammed Alzubaidy, John Kabashima, J. Nicholas Nisson, Jocelyn Millar, Monica Dimson

January-March 2017
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Regional identity can add value to agricultural products
by Bradley C. Christensen, Martin Kenney, Donald Patton

April-June 2015
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UCCE's connection to the community continues
by Robin Meadows

January-June 2014
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Analysis reveals potential rangeland impacts if Williamson Act eliminated
by William C. Wetzel, Iara L. Lacher, Daniel S. Swezey, Sarah E. Moffitt, Dale T. Manning

October-December 2012
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Agritourism operators embrace social media for marketing
by Shermain Hardesty, Editors

April-June 2011
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California agritourism operations and their economic potential are growing
by Ellen Rilla, Shermain D. Hardesty, Christy Getz, Holly George

April-June 2011
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Sidebar: California counties adapt permitting and regulations for agritourism
by Penny Leff

April-June 2011
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Coming Up
Editors

January-March 2011
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Wine-grape production trends reflect evolving consumer demand over 30 years
by Richard James Volpe, Richard Green, Dale Heien, Richard Howitt

January-March 2010
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Model could aid emergency response planning for foot-and-mouth disease outbreaks
by Mimako Kobayashi, Richard E. Howitt, Tim E. Carpenter

July-September 2009
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California wine industry evolving to compete in 21st century
by Rachael Goodhue, Richard Green, Dale Heien, Philip Martin

January-March 2008
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UC Berkeley's Beahrs program an oasis for war-weary global environmentalists
by Janet Byron

October-December 2004
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Aquatic resources critical to California's productivity, quality of life
by Christopher M. Dewees

October-December 2003
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World grapples with climate change
by Janet Byron

May-June 2002
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Efforts underway to prevent foot-and-mouth disease
by Lynn Narlesky

May-June 2001
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Tuolumne County shops capture local dollars
by Nancy Feldman, Andrew Murray, Joan Wright, George Goldman

November-December 2000
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Mapping vineyard expansion provides information on agriculture and the environment
by Adina M. Merenlender

May-June 2000
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Biodiversity is critical to future health of California's ecology and economy
by Barbara Allen-Diaz

March-April 2000
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How will the Central Valley economy grow?
by Ted K. Bradshaw

January-February 2000
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Persimmon farmer sees promise of regional marketing
by J. Warnert

November-December 1999
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Agritourism benefits agriculture in San Diego County
by Ramiro E. Lobo, George E. Goldman, Desmond A. Jolly, B. Diane Wallace, Wayne L. Schrader, Scott A. Parker

November-December 1999
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Cost analysis: Méthod champenoise sparkling pear wine costs most, but offers highest quality
by Glenn T. McGourty, Christian E. Butzke

November-December 1998
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Center for Exotic Pest Research tackles controversy
by Cindy Giorgio

March-April 1998
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Science Briefs
Editors

September-October 1997
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Polluted runoff impairs coastal water quality
Editors

July-August 1997
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Sea Grant Extension crucial link to coastal resources
by John Stumbos

July-August 1997
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Invasion of California by exotic pests
by Robert L. Metcalf

January-February 1995
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