Serving Mariposa County since 1949
The UC Cooperative Extension (UCCE) office operates under a cooperative agreement with the University of California, the County of Mariposa, and the USDA to provide services to county residents. This arrangement ensures programs are focused on addressing local issues. UCCE provides teaching, research, and public service activities for the community, extending the University's great resources of research and knowledge. UCCE serves the residents of Mariposa County by developing and implementing research-based programs in agricultural, natural resources, and youth development programs.
Mariposa County Programs
Resources from Cooperative Extension for Tourism development.
4-H helps young people discover and develop their potential. It provides a wide variety of educational and enrichment experiences.
Master Gardeners are trained volunteers that provide horticultural researched information to the community developed at the University level. Over 41,500 hours of Community Service since 1995!
Information about managing pests, including the University of California's official guidelines for monitoring pests and using pesticides and non-pesticide alternatives for your commercial agriculture and home garden needs.
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|Truth or Myth: Neonicotinoids and Their Impact on Pollinators||9/9/2015|
|Rainwater Harvesting Workshop||9/26/2015|
|Ironstone Concours d'Elegance||9/26/2015|
|4-H Annual Achievement Night||10/18/2015|
UCCE Mariposa County
5009 Fairgrounds Road
Mariposa, CA 95338-9435
(209) 966-2417 Phone
(209) 966-5321 Fax
Fadzayi Mashiri, PhD.