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UCCE Mendocino & Lake Counties Contact Information and Interest Signup

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Greetings! It has been many years since UC Cooperative Extension aka Farm Advisors have done an educational interest survey and updated our client contact database. There have been a lot of changes in our staff and many new farmers and ranchers have come into our counties so the time is right to update old information and let others, that are not familiar with our programs, join our clientele/supporter contact list.

We've also decided to go to a more modern program for informing the public and our supporters about the educational and research programs we offer in Mendocino and Lake Counties. The name of the program we'll be using is called Constant Contact.

We've learned from the Covid restrictions how to offer some of our educational programs through webinars, zoom conferences and social media. We realize not everyone likes some of these formats, or have poor Internet connection speeds. We are offering our traditional public workshops and field days again. We want to make sure you get our information through your preferred delivery methods. For some of you who may not be familiar with our programs, a few questions below will help you to know the specific areas we can provide information and research on and will insure you only get what you're interested in.

Thanks in advance for taking the time to fill out our survey. Personal information provided to us is confidential and will never be shared with anyone. If, after filling out our survey and receiving information from us, you no longer want to be contacted by us you may at any time asked to be removed from our contact database. All participants (except UC employees) who submit a survey are eligible to enter a random drawing to win one of three Amazon $100 e-gift cards. We will be drawing for winners from everyone who opted in for the drawing and complete our survey. 

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If you don't produce Commercial Crop Agriculture, skip to Question #29.


If you don't produce Commercial Animal Agriculture, skip to Question #39.


If you are not an owner or manager of rangeland, oak woodland, wildlife or natural resources or not interested in this area skip to Question #44.


If you are not an owner, manager of Commercial Forestry or Hardwoods or not interested in this area skip to Question #48.



Our office manages several Volunteer-based programs. These include: the UCCE Master Gardeners program; UC California Naturalist Certification program; and UC Climate Stewards Certification program.  We can also offer a UCCE Master Foods Preserver program if there is sufficient interest. We would like to provide more detail if you're interested. Please check which programs you'd like to know more about and our coordinators will reach out to you.

If you are not interested in these programs skip to Question #49.

The University of California 4-H Youth Development Program promotes hands-on, experiential learning for all youth ages 5-19. Our 4-H programs are delivered locally through the county University of California Cooperative Extension (UCCE) offices.

The UCCE 4-H Vision is a world in which youth and adults learn, grow, and work together as catalysts for positive change. The UCCE 4-H Mission engages youth in reaching their fullest potential while advancing the field of youth development.

Our hands-on projects fall under four primary areas. We provide meaningful opportunities for youth and adults to work together to create sustainable community change.

  • Civic Engagement
  • Leadership
  • Healthy Living
  • STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math)

If you're not interested in the 4-H program skip to Question #52.


This next section is to let us know your preferences on how you'd like to receive information from us about specific topics, meetings, workshops, events and includes newsletters, publications, blog posts, emails, podcasts, YouTube videos and other social media.

This is the last section of the survey. Our programs benefit from contributions from the public. Several methods are used to do this. The next set of questions will ask if you want to be contacted about fund-raising to support our programs. It is possible to support one, several or all of the programs that we offer. It is also possible to give large donations such as endowments. This is entirely optional.