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A little bit of UC Davis is blooming in backyard gardens this summer, as retail nurseries in the Bay Area and Sacramento region roll out their offerings of Arboretum All-Stars, plants that have proven to be ideal for low-input, water-thrifty California landscapes.
Gail Feenstra, a UC Davis expert on the environmental impacts of eating local, sustainably produced fruits, vegetables and other agricultural products.
6.12.09 — Pedal power
Groundskeeper Mike Griffith was awarded a grant from campus sustainability committee to help buy what Griffith calls a “human-powered utility vehicle.”
6.12.09 — Women in wine
Women winemakers trained at UC Davis are running family friendly and green wineries.
6.12.09 — UC Davis’ Sustainable Second Century
After celebrating its first century, UC Davis should focus on sustainability for next 100 years, says this UC Davis Magazine column.
6.10.08 — Student Farm lessons
UC Davis students at the Student Farm talk about their experiences growing fruits and vegetables.