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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 17, 2023

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There is a fundamental disconnect between the resources given to the agriculture industry and the benefit it provides to California.
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There is a fundamental disconnect between the resources given to the agriculture industry and the benefit it provides to California.
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I am sheltered from the heat my parents and grandpa endured just weeks ago, and I am sheltered from the lifestyle my grandpa and dad lived when they were younger.
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I am sheltered from the heat my parents and grandpa endured just weeks ago, and I am sheltered from the lifestyle my grandpa and dad lived when they were younger.
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Agricultural industry representatives acknowledge the fragility of a food system that depends on migratory labor and undocumented farmers who work under temporary or unsafe circumstances and are in need of a more sustainable solution. United States policies systematically exclude agricultural workers from labor protections, pose a significant barrier for political advocacy and ultimately lock them in a vicious cycle of economic, political and social vulnerability.
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Agricultural industry representatives acknowledge the fragility of a food system that depends on migratory labor and undocumented farmers who work under temporary or unsafe circumstances and are in need of a more sustainable solution. United States policies systematically exclude agricultural workers from labor protections, pose a significant barrier for political advocacy and ultimately lock them in a vicious cycle of economic, political and social vulnerability.
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A group of campus scientists took a leap forward in the bioengineering field by redesigning a bacterial nanocompartment that can facilitate chemical reactions and could have substantial effects on the field of agriculture.
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A group of campus scientists took a leap forward in the bioengineering field by redesigning a bacterial nanocompartment that can facilitate chemical reactions and could have substantial effects on the field of agriculture.
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Kenneth R. Farrell, a former UC vice president for agriculture and natural resources, died after a brief battle with lung cancer Jan. 24. He was 87.
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Kenneth R. Farrell, a former UC vice president for agriculture and natural resources, died after a brief battle with lung cancer Jan. 24. He was 87.
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We all have our own trophy rooms, and we’re all collectors of some sort. We adorn our walls with paintings and line our shelves with photographs. For some, it’s an art form. For others, it’s just the mosaic of life.
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We all have our own trophy rooms, and we’re all collectors of some sort. We adorn our walls with paintings and line our shelves with photographs. For some, it’s an art form. For others, it’s just the mosaic of life.
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