One hundred years is a long time to get it right, and that is just what the UC Cooperative Extension Program has done and is doing. As evidenced at the UC Cooperative Extension 100 year celebration at the Seven Sisters Community Garden this past Saturday, there are a plethora of Volunteer and Staff to answer any and all of the agriculture, horticulture and gardening questions that anyone might have here in San Luis Obispo County. The UC Cooperative also runs programs as varied as 4-H, UC Cal Fresh Nutrition Education Program, as well as Viticulture field research and County Director and Horticulture Farm Advisor Mary Bianchi was on hand to tell us about them and thank the staff and volunteers who work in these programs. Assemblyman Katcho Achadjian of the 35th assembly district presented Ms. Bianchi with a Certificate of Recognition on behalf of the Assembly.
The Master Gardener program and the newly offered Master Preserver program is a valuable offering here in San Luis Obispo County. They not only provide the participant the knowledge to become experts in their own right, but also the ability to share that wealth of knowledge with others in our community through networking … Read More