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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, May 7, 2014 7B Extension celebrates centennial with science "One of the most profound ways in which UC touches people's lives is through the work of Cooperative Extension," said Janet Napolitano, president, University of California. UC Cooperative Extension launches its first crowd-sourced science project May 8 to commemorate the organization's 100th anniversary. On May 8, 1914, President Woodrow Wilson signed an act of Congress to channel scientific advances from university research to everyday people working and living in the United States. On May 8, 2014, California residents will collaborate on a dataset that further connects public higher education with ' community. "UC Cooperative Extension is all about science and service," said Barbara Allen-Diaz, UC vice president for the Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources, which administers Cooperative Extension in California. "To celebrate the anniversary of Cooperative Extension, we are asking Californians to help us collect scientific data so that all of us will better understand our natural, agricultural and urban communities." Everyone in California is invited to take part. To participate, go to and record your observations on three questions: --How many pollinators do you see? --How do you conserve water? --Where is food grown in your community? Cooperative Extension began in Plumas and Sierra counties in 1946 and 1947, respectively, when members of the Feather River Livestock Association directors agreed to investigate the formation and development of 4-H clubs. Today, Cooperative Extension advisors are Holly George, with expertise in agriculture, livestock and range management; and Mike De Lasaux, with forestry and Firewise Communities expertise. The 4-H Youth DeVelopment Program is managed by Lucia Biunno. A new UC Master Gardener program was launched in January with Cody Reed leading this educational effort. To learn more about Cooperative Extension in Plumas and Sierra counties see ucce-plumas-sierra. or call 283-6270. Amazing animals Stella White enjoys her kitty "scarf" Sasha in this photo taken by mom Aleda White. Treat Morn 011 her day 0 : and save 511% on her mealZ Breakfast * Lunch Sunday, May 11 th, 2014 only 7am- 3pro 2061 E. Main St." 283"1949 l ?xpress I Isabella, the Chihuahua, grudgingly rocks her bunny ears. Zoey, the wiener dog, hangs her head in shame. The Resource Center & Plumas Rural Services Are Offering the Annual Sexual Assault & Domestic Violence Training For Peer Counselors & Crisis Line Volunteers Training is FREE Certificate on completion! Enriching Information Valuable Resources Exciting Opportunity PLUMAS RURAL SERVICES Great addition to a reference letter DATES: May Tuesday 27th -Fri'day 30th @ The Resource Center June Monday 2nd - Friday 6th @ Plumas Rural Services HOURS: 9:00am - 5:00pm 30 minute lunch break, with two 'brain' breaks Snacks provided Please call PCIRC @ 283-5515 for registration & directions Working Together to prevent violence in Our Community! We accept Medicare Medi-Cal andmostother insuranceplans. Pharmacy You'll Also Enjoy Free Delivery and Lower Prices.