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Additional resources


UC ANR academics have developed resources and provided links to help our communities respond to this crisis. See tips for Agriculture, Food, water & nutrition, Youth development, Gardening, Exploring your environment, and Health & wellness.

UC Office of the President

The University of California is monitoring and responding to new information about the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, which is a global health emergency. Click to visit the University of California's Coronavirus webpage.

California Coronavirus Response

This page includes information from the Governor's office, California Department of Public Health (CHPH), and Office of Emergency Services (OES). 

Extension Disaster Education Network (EDEN)

EDEN is closely monitoring national reports on the evolving impact of COVID-19. Based on guidance from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the World Health Organization (WHO), and applicable public health agencies, we are gathering information to ready our Extension educators to help address concerns within the communities we serve. 

California Resiliency Alliance

The California Resiliency Alliance has created a Quick Links Collections page for the COVID-19. This page brings together links to various information sources and resources. 

World Health Organization

Resources and the latest updates of the World Health Organization (WHO) can be viewed on their Coronavirus Disease 2019 webpage.

Western Center for Agricultural Health and Safety

COVID-19 Resources for Agriculture


Safety and training resources from AgSafe.org can help supervisors communicate COVID-19 information and safety precautions to employees. Materials are available in English and Spanish and include, videos, webinars, training documents and flyers.

Social distancing

Article: 'Social distancing' in Seattle and beyond
Article: What is Social Distancing and How Can it Slow the Spread of COVID-19?
CDPH recommendations for public gatherings
CDC Guidance for Mass Gatherings
Shelter in Place 101 (Yolo County, 03/18/2020)

ANR workplace or program concerns

If you have questions or concerns about this situation and how it relates to ANR workplaces or programs, please contact Risk & Safety Director Brian Oatman or HR Executive Director John Fox.