Intermountain Research and Extension Center
Intermountain Research and Extension Center
Intermountain Research and Extension Center
University of California
Intermountain Research and Extension Center

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Four miles from the Oregon border, in Tulelake, California, the Intermountain Research and Extension Center (IREC) is one of nine centers under the University of California Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources. IREC supports and facilitates University of California research in field and vegetable crops grown in northeast California, and supports conservation of natural resources in the Klamath Basin.

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Opportunities for Research and Extension at IREC

Strategic Plan
Strategic Plan

We're Hiring!

Siskiyou County is hiring a Cooperative Extension Coordinator at IREC. For more information,  click here.

UC ANR is hiring a Senior Farm Machinery Mechanic at IREC. For more information, click here.

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2018 IREC Field Day
Date: July 26, 2018

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Intermountain REC Blog

  • New Administrative Assistant at Intermountain REC

    Added February 22, 2017
    Athena Chiladakis

    Hello! My name is Athena Chiladakis and I am UCANR-IREC's newest employee. I started on January 30th as the new Administrative Assistant. Laurie Askew, who is now the IREC Office Manager, previously held this position. I moved to Tulelake three years...

  • Stripe Rust Alert

    Added June 10, 2016
    stripe rust in a wheat field

    The last couple of weeks we've received several reports from PCA's and wheat growers that many winter wheat, spring wheat, and barley fields have stripe rust. The widespread occurrence of stripe rust this early in the growing season is unusual for the...

  • 2016 Potato Late Blight Alert

    Added May 26, 2016
    Eliminate Volunteer Potatoes Growing on Ditches and Field Borders

    The recent thunderstorms, rain, and overcast conditions have been a huge benefit for reduced irrigation demand and drought relief. On the flip side, these environmental conditions have created favorable conditions for early season late blight...

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