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High Altitude Gardening--TERC Lecture 9/25
Register Now! Riparian Summit 2017, 10/17-10/19
FileWhat is and causes autism? TERC lecture 5/18
Autism currently affects an alarming 1 to 2 percent of children (one in 68) in the United States. It is a complicated, behaviorally defined disorder that impairs social interaction and communication, causes repetitive behaviors, and restricts interests; it also has many associated features such as anxiety, digestive disorders, and epilepsy. Come gain an overview of how the description of autism has changed since it was first described in 1943, the various causes of autism, the attempts at treatment, and the success of early intervention treatments. After the lecture, feel free to ask any questions to learn about the many facets of autism.
AB32 Environmental Justice Committee - public meeting 5/26/17
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Blog/Op-ed Writing Workshop
Precision Ag Seminar - Pest Control: 5/23/17
US Dept. of Interior: Public Comment Period for Antiquities Act Monuments
FileAggieMentors 2017 Science Fair
FileUC Davis Docent Training 2017
Become a Lake Tahoe Expert: UC Davis Docent Training 2017 Participate in a four-part training program to develop your local Lake Tahoe presentation skills. Training includes general Lake Tahoe information, environmental issues, geology, history of research, state of the lake, ecology and food web, and prepares volunteer docents to share their love of Lake Tahoe at the UC Davis science education centers in Incline Village and Tahoe City. Training includes all Docent Program materials, guest speakers from UC Davis, UNR, research vessel time on the lake, and a social happy hour. Sign up by contacting Gabe Griffiths at mggriffiths@ucdavis.edu or call (775) 881-7560, ext. 7474.
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