Cultivating solutions through cooperation for residents of San Diego County by providing education and outreach through our various programs.
The Farm and Home Advisor's Office conducts a variety of programs in education and applied research in a unique three-way partnership with the U.S. Department of Agriculture, the University of California, and the County of San Diego. Also known as "Cooperative Extension (CE)," the Farm and Home Advisor Office plays a central role in connecting San Diegans to the resources of a national network of land-grant universities.
University of California advisors work with community leaders, government agencies, private organizations, and individuals to address local issues and solve problems. They extract useful and practical information from research and extend it to farmers, land managers, business people, educators, families, and consumers. Educational programs are conducted by way of public outreach through individual consultations, seminars, field days, publications, and the mass media.
UC Cooperative Extension - San Diego through its affiliation with the County of San Diego is also known as the Farm & Home Advisor's Office. Though many of our programs deal with agricultural practices, we have many projects that focus on on a variety of issues, ranging from nutrition education, finance management, youth development, environmental issues and more.
9335 Hazard Way, Ste. 201, San Diego (CA), 92123, United States