Agriculture, Water & Environmental Technologies

Our Agriculture, Water & Environmental Programs help to improve global competitiveness and innovation for Agriculture, Water & Environmental companies in California through responsive workforce training and technology consulting services. Through technology education, customized training and services that contribute to continuous workforce development, our programs provide expertise in technology deployment and business development. Services include onsite training, low-or-no cost technical assistance and educational workshops, as well as information on resources to assist with retraining employees and upgrading equipment. In addition, we provide industry-specific reports on Agriculture, Water & Environmental Technologies, emerging industries/technologies, strategies for addressing specialized economic/workforce issues, promotes science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education, the development of strategic partnerships, and many other resources to help industry, educators, and students succeed in California.

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Agriculture, Water & Environmental Technologies Events

Shasta County Mini Maker Faire

First Shasta County Mini Maker Faire

 Saturday November 12, 2016

The first Shasta County Mini Maker Faire will be held on Saturday, November 12, 2016 at the Redding Civic Auditorium in Redding, California.  We are excited to bring the Maker Movement and this showcase event to Northern California.  We want to invite people from all North State counties to attend!

WHAT IS A MAKER?

“Humans do two things that make us unique from all other animals. We use tools and tell stories. And when you make something, you’re doing both at once.”  -Adam Savage (MythBusters)

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Annual Erosion Control Training Summit

The two-day workshop is designed for people of beginning, intermediate or advanced erosion control experience. It will be extremely beneficial for stormwater prevention pollution plan (SWPPP) developers, reviewers, engineers, construction personnel, site inspectors, landscape contractors, and other water-quality professionals.

BMPs are the “tools of compliance.” How can stormwater plans truly become cost-effective without an in-depth understanding of the BMPs and BMP selection, including how and where they should be applied, how to install and how to repair? This training is focused on the practical, in-the-field, implementation and inspection of BMPs. Attendees will spend time both in the classroom and out in the field, spraying on hydromulch or helping to anchor Turf Reinforcement Mats (TRMs) or rolled erosion control products. Speaking of products, there will be a huge product exhibition, with manufacturers, developers, and distributers of erosion and sediment control products from around the nation. Many products will be demonstrated in the field and exhibit hall.

Stream Summit at Shasta College

October 19 – 21st, 2016

Repairing Incised and Degraded (urbanized) Streams – Assessment, Techniques and Case Studies

2-Day Classroom and Field Workshop

 

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Industry Survey

2015 AgWET Survey Analysis Analyzing the Agriculture, Water, and Environmental Technology Industry in Northern California

AgWet Survey

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