The University of Arizona has hired attorney Cindy DeLancey as the first executive director of the Natural Resource Users Law and Policy Center. DeLancey begins her appointment on Sept. 6, 2016.
Drawing on years of data and research, startup company HedgeSmart LLC helps commodities traders manage risk.
The University has been awarded more than $1.7 million from USAID to help develop aquaculture in Myanmar.
A University of Arizona-led partnership was awarded a grant of more than $1.7 million from the United States Agency for International Development to help develop an aquaculture industry that will be central to Myanmar's strategy to rejoin the global economy.
Raymundo Ocampo's passion is to bring a small piece of his Oaxacan heritage to the guests of Westward Look Resort. For years, he has been grateful to his UA Cooperative Extension mentor, Paul Besse, for giving him the knowledge he needs to be successful as a landscape manager there. Now, he has the opportunity not only to live out his passion, but give back as a mentor in Cooperative Extension's Smartscape program.
As an OIE Reference Laboratory and an USDA-APHIS approved lab for crustacean pathogens, diagnostic services are provided to the shrimp farming community and research institutions worldwide.
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UA Cooperative Extension operates in all 15 Arizona counties and on five reservations. While Extension agents, specialists, staff and volunteers continue to share knowledge in classrooms and homes and on fields and farms, technology has allowed us to connect with people digitally, too, through tools such as YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest and mobile apps.
The new center will include a law clinic staffed by students from two UA colleges who will work directly with ranchers, farmers, miners and others.
The Natural Resource Users Law and Policy Center - the first of its kind in the nation - has been launched at the University of Arizona to address the currently unmet legal needs of ranchers, farmers, miners and others whose business involves the use of natural resources.
The College of Agriculture and Life Sciences offers a number of continuing education and training courses and certificate programs—online and in person. Sharpen your professional skills or those of your employees, launch a business in a whole new arena, or put our programs to work in your company.