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Jeannette Warnert

Jeannette Warnert

Jeannette Warnert studied journalism and Spanish at Fresno State, and started her career as a reporter for a daily newspaper in Los Angeles County. She is a senior communications specialist with UC Agriculture and Natural Resources, based at the 330-acre UC Kearney Agricultural Research and Extension Center in Parlier. The center is UC’s the largest off-campus ag facility, situated in the heart of California’s San Joaquin Valley farming region.

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Ali Pourreza views the virtual orchard on his computer. | Ali Pourreza courtesy of UC Agriculture and Natural Resources
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How Virtual Orchards Make Better Harvests

For centuries, farmers have used all the colors of the rainbow to assess their orchards. Now, UC scientists have created a virtual orchard that will quickly, easily and inexpensively allow farmers and scientists to manage orchards for optimum production.
Mexican children dipping their hands into pails of soil to check the moisture level and tapping the soil into seed trays.
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The Migrant Kitchen

UC ANR Provides Mexican Youth Access to Hands-On Educational Experiences

The University of California Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources recently built a new bridge between California and Baja California that will give Mexican youth access to proven, hands-on educational experiences.
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