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UC Davis research stations include the ANR West Side Research Center, which hosts research including conservation tillage.
The AIC provides broadly based, objective information on a range of critical, emerging agricultural issues and their significance for the economy and natural resources.
ASI provides leadership for research, teaching, outreach and extension efforts in agricultural and food systems sustainability.
Program members study the production, distribution, and consumption of food, fiber, and energy.
The California Nitrogen Assessment comprehensively examines the existing knowledge on nitrogen science, policy and practice in California.
Russell Ranch conducts long-term research on the impacts of farming systems and inputs on agricultural sustainability.
The center seeks to advance the development of bioenergy, specifically heat, power and biofuels from biomass.
CIFAR creates opportunities for collaboration, multidisciplinary research and technology exchange between campus and food and agricultural industries.
The program is an examination of farmer cooperation with watershed management activities.
View posters of UC Davis sustainability research that were highlighted at the Governors' Global Climate Summit 3.
Information for identifying and managing pests in home gardens, agricultural fields and natural environments.
The BIFS program helps growers enhance environmental quality while maintaining yields and profits.
SAREP's regional food systems projects throughout California, including direct marketing, farm-to-school, and farm-to-institution.
The UC SAREP Cover Crop Database concerns the management and effects of more than 32 species of plants usable as cover crops.
The Sustainable Agriculture Farming Systems project studies the transition from conventional to low-input or organic farm management in the Sacramento Valley.
The University of California, a national leader in sustainability, has pledged to become carbon neutral by 2025, becoming the first major university to accomplish this achievement.
Web page with information about the UC Policy on Sustainable Practices and links to PDF versions of the current policy and past policy versions.
On November 12, 2015, Chancellor Linda P.B. Katehi signed the White House Climate Leadership Pledge on behalf of UC Davis, signaling our institutional commitment to carbon neutrality.
Part of the Robert Mondavi Institute, the winery, brewery and food sciences facilities are the first of in their industries to be LEED Platinum certified.