Sweat bee on a California poppy
California Bees & Blooms: A Guide for Gardeners and Naturalists is a friendly, UC-driven new guidebook that shows readers how to encourage native bees to thrive in an urban environment.
Forestry alumna Saana Deichsel '02 says that when you come to Forestry Camp, an eight-week intensive field class in the Sierra Nevada mountains, the experience "sticks."
A UC team tamps down fire danger and finds common ground. John Battles, professor of environmental science, policy, and management, led the team. Photo: Michael Shindler
 Sergio Núñez De Arco and a Bolivian farmer
Sergio Núñez De Arco '95 (right), Time magazine's "king of quinoa," is a champion of indigenous communities in his native Bolivia. At left: Bolivian farmer Fabio Quispe. Photo: Vitaliy Prokopets
close-up of wood rings
The College of Natural Resource is celebrating the centennial of the UC Berkeley forestry program. Request your free commemorative book--contact us at forestry100@berkeley.edu. Photo: Paul Kirchner Studios