Welcome to Trinity County!
4-H helps young people discover and develop their potential. It provides a wide variety of educational and enrichment experiences.
Our program promotes healthy lifestyles in Trinity County by addressing childhood obesity, family and consumer well-being, food security and food safety. We serve low income people with quality food and nutrition education programs and supervise the UC CalFresh Program, formerly known as the Food Stamp Nutrition Education Program (FSNEP).
Master Gardeners extend UC research-based information to the public about home horticulture. In exchange for the training and materials received from the University of California, master gardeners perform volunteer services in a variety of venues.
The forestry program works with private forest landowners, registered professional foresters, agencies, and forest industry personnel, with an emphasis on educational outreach programs focused on forest stewardship and wildfire protection.
We help to promote agritourism and support local agriculture through a website, workshops and other activities.
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Join the Master Gardeners for a lecture on Sustainable Turf Management at the Trinity County Library at 6 pm on Monday, April 27th. Pam Geisel will talk about native turf grass varieties, low water alternative cultivars, efficient lawn irrigation and removing turf. Ms. Geisel is a University of California Horticulture Advisor emeritus and former director of the Statewide Master Gardener Program. The lecture is part of the Master Gardener training curriculum. The general public is cordially invited to attend and learn more about this timely topic during the current drought. For more information, contact Carol Fall, UC Cooperative Extension at 623-3746 or email@example.com.
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|Sustainable Turf Management||4/27/2015|
|Ties to the Land: Succession Planning||4/28/2015|
|Living With Wildfire: Making Your Home More Fire Safe||5/16/2015|
|Redwood Region Forest Management & Market Opportunities||5/20/2015|
|Shasta County Forest Landowner Field Tour||6/3/2015|
Sudden Oak Death Information
Sudden Oak Death is caused by a non-native plant pathogen. It was recently found in the southwestern portion of Trinity County. This plant disease has the potential to cause significant oak mortality, with associated changes in our forest ecosystem and increased wildfire risk.
You can help prevent the spread of this disease, which is dispersed through plant materials, soil, nursery plants and forest products. There are many host plants in our area which are not killed by the disease, but which serve as a source of infection.
An informative workshop was held on March 6, 2015. Click here to watch the presentation
Trinity County Cooperative Extension
P.O. Box 1468
Weaverville, CA 96093
Physical Address (no mail delivery):
Young Family Ranch
260 Oregon St.
Weaverville, CA 96093
Larry C. Forero