Riverside County Programs
Cheryl Eggleston is the 4-H Program Rep. and can be reached at 951/683-6491 x 229
4-H is an out-of-school educational youth development program conducted by the University of California Cooperative Extension Riverside County.
Nyles Peterson is the Dairy Advisor and can be reached at 909/387-3318
Dairy productivity and product quality, as well as complex issues of animal health and welfare, waste management, and water quality.
Eta Takele is an Area Farm Management Economics Advisor. She can be reached at (951) 683-6491 x 221.
The Farm Management Economics program provides services to producers, lenders, and ag businesses in: 1. Evaluating economic returns and determining the optimum input of new production practices. 2. Developing crop production costs and analyzing grower returns. 3. Providing risk management and financial management education.
Juan Guierro is the Livestock Advisor and can be reached at (760) 352-9474.
Providing professional research and advice to support livestock and poultry professionals.
Master Gardeners are available Monday-Friday 9:00 to 12:00. Please call(951)683-6491 x 0 and ask to speak to a Master Gardener.
Master Gardeners provide research and educational support to amateur/ home gardeners, in part through our telephone hotline volunteers.
Chutima Ganthavorn is our Nutrition, Family and Consumer Sciences Advisor. She can be reached at (951) 683-6491 x 223.
The NFCS program offers opportunities for families, individuals, and youth to enhance their quality of living by providing research and educational resources that promote good health and self-sufficiency.
Tom Shea is a Staff Research Associate- Subtropical Horticulture. He can be reached at 951/683-6491 x224.
Serving growers, managers, and allied agri business people in growing and managing subtropical tree crops such as citrus, avocado, and dates.
Jose L. Aguiar, Vegetable Crops/Small Farms Advisor. He can be reached at 760/342-2467 or email@example.com. Supports commercial vegetable growers, handlers, and marketers. Supports the limited scale producers of the Coachella Valley by providing research based information. Supports Pest Control Advisors in the identification and control of diseases and insect pests.
Carmen Gispert Ph.D, Viticulture/Pest Management Advisor. Can be reached at 760-342-2466, firstname.lastname@example.org The advisor develops research and educational programs and disseminates information to the wine and table grape industry in Riverside, San Diego and San Bernardino counties.
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Current Seminar/Meeting Announcements
CA Avocado Growers Seminar, June 7, 2012-Location has been changed to Nick Stehly's Ranch
Fusarium Dieback-Tea Shot Hole Borer Task Force Meeting, 5/8/2012
California Avocado Growers Seminar Series 2011-2012, Tools for Increasing Avocado Production, Temecula, 4/12/2012
CITRUS DISEASE HUANGLONGBING DETECTED IN -ACIENDA HEIGHTS AREA OF LOS ANGELES COUNTY
Euwallacea fornicatus (tea shot-hole borer) in South Gate
Avocado and Citrus Notes-Tools for Increasing Avocado
Production, UCCE San Diego, Februray 9, 2012
USDA Hispanic and Women Claims Process Poster Eng and Span
California Avocado Growers Seminar Series, 2011-2012
There Are No Grower Seminars This Week
California Avocado growers Seminars, Temecula, 10/20/2011
Climate and Ag Workshop, Indio, 10/21/2011
Southern California Growers/PCAs/PCOs, Redlands and Pala, September 2, 2011
Cooperative Extension Riverside County
21150 Box Springs Road, Ste 202
Moreno Valley, CA 92557-8718
Phone: (951) 683-6491
Fax: (951) 788-2615
81-077 Indio Blvd.
Suites H, I, J
Indio, CA 92201-1994
phone: (760) 342-6437
fax: (760) 342-6490
Palo Verde Office
290 North Broadway
Blythe, CA 92225-1680
phone: (760) 921-7884
fax: (760) 921-7887