Mendocino County

Mendocino County Programs

Livestock and Natural Resource Management
The Livestock and Natural Resources Program conducts research, and provides science based education and advice to support range livestock producers and managers and others interested in natural resource management.


Viticulture & Enology
The Viticulture & Enology Program extends useful, technical, and economic research-based information to wine grape producers and wineries in California. Major issues include improvement of production practices, resource management, pest management, food safety, worker safety, postharvest handling, alternative crops, enterprise and market analysis, and agricultural education of the public.


Forestry and Wildlands Ecology
Providing professional research, education and advice to support both oak and conifer forest landowners and managers.


This page is designed to provide timely access to sources of information regarding Global Climate Change and California's emerging programs and opportunities to address this challenge. Given the rapid change in available information on the subject this site will be evolving very quickly as new sources of information become available.


Biomass Feasibility in Mendocino County
The Ukiah Biomass Feasibility Group have undertaken an effort to determine if a new biomass facility in the vicinity of Ukiah is economically, ecologically and socially feasible.


4-H Program
4-H helps young people discover and develop their potential. It provides a wide variety of educational and enrichment experiences.


Master Gardener
Master Gardeners are volunteers trained and certified by the University of California Cooperative Extention in the areas of gardening and horticulture. Since 1979, they have been extending information and providing technical assistance to gardeners in California.


UC and Mendocino Fire Recovery Information
With all the fires that have moved through our county; Here are 4 pages of information covering Defensible Space, Natural Resource Issues, Forest and Fuel Management and Fire Restoration.


Practical advice and problem solving for fruit and nut producers.


Mendocino County Water Wise Projects
A long-term study to improve understanding of agricultural water demand within Mendocino County's various watersheds, to project future needs and to encourage awareness and use of newer or alternative irrigation and water supply methods and technologies.


Marine Science
Research-based information and education for a healthy and sustainable fisheries industry and a healthy ocean ecosystem.


Integrated Pest Management
Research and links for Integrated Pest Management for Ornamental Plant Production and Maintenance.


Watershed Management
The Watershed Management Program provides scientifically based education to maintain viable natural resource management and agricultural production while conserving, protecting, and restoring watershed functions.


MCWA Study
At the request of the Mendocino County Water Agency (MCWA) Board of Directors, the University of California Cooperative Extension (UCCE) has conducted a situational analysis of the Mendocino County Water Agency.


UC Master Naturalist
Promoting stewardship through science and service. The UC Master Naturalist is a science based environmental education and outreach program designed to increase environmental stewardship and citizen participation in resource conservation throughout California. Through coursework, field training and a variety of service learning opportunities, we intend to increase the level of environmental literacy and enhance participants personal connection with the natural world. The program is in development by the UC Cooperative Extension.


Web Based Soil Survey
Now you can generate a Soil Survey of your property on line. We have developed a tool to help you navigate the USDA's WEB SOIL SURVEY.

Contact Mendocino County

Contact Mendocino County

Linda Blatchford
Office Manager
90 N. Bush Street
Ukiah , California  95482
Phone: (707) 463-4495
Fax: (707) 463-4477


Service Area

Services provided in:
  • Mendocino County, California

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Fish Friendly Farming Environmental Certification
The FFF program integrates economic use of farmland with the production of environmental benefits. The land manager is the central figure in achieving and sustaining environmental improvements.