UC Santa Barbara coral

Give and take

UC Santa Barbara researchers demonstrate how nutrient pollution can disrupt important ecological relationships.

Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani addresses agricultural assembly.

Afghanistan president, UC Davis align on ag extension

UC Davis leads project to help rebuild Afghanistan's agriculture.

Citrus greening disease studied by UC Riverside

Uncoding a citrus tree killer

UC Riverside-led team awarded $4 million grant to fight disease using CRISPR technology developed at UC Berkeley.


Increasing food literacy

From orchard to campus, efforts are growing to enhance food literacy.

Local food interview

Sustainability through local food: Elliott Campbell Q&A

The UC Merced professor discusses his groundbreaking research.

Meiling Gao (left), a 2015 USAID fellow from UC Berkeley with Juliana Hernández in Colombia

Going global: UC fellows to tackle development projects

Approximately 40 graduate students from four UC campuses have been selected for USAID fellowships co-sponsored by the UC Global Food Initiative.


Citrus day set for growers, industry professionals

Agricultural field tours, presentations about latest citrus research are planned Jan. 27 at UC Riverside.

UC Riverside economist Steven Helfand is part of an international team studying the future of small farms.

Future of small farms examined

UC Riverside development economist Steven Helfand joins multinational team analyzing productivity and global policies.

Tracy Kahn, curator of UC Riverside's Citrus Variety Collection

Citrus curator given endowed chair

Endowed chair will support and maintain UC Riverside's Citrus Variety Collection in perpetuity.

UC Riverside backyard chicken

Backyard chickens — less healthy than you think?

A new UC Riverside study finds parasites more common than in commercially raised birds.