Lifelong Learning Center Our largest Clark County office serves the Paradise community of Las Vegas from its buildings and gardens on Paradise Road.
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A.D. Guy Knowledge Center A satellite of our Clark County Lifelong Learning Center, our Knowledge Center serves the historic westside of Las Vegas.
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Laughlin Our Laughlin office serves communities in southern Clark County, including Laughlin, Cal-Nev-Ari, Searchlight and more.
Laughlin office
Logandale We serve communities in northeast Clark County, including Logandale, Moapa, Overton and more, from our Logandale office.
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Mesquite A satellite of our Logandale office, this location serves northeast Clark County communities from Apex east, including Bunkerville.
Extension, Northeast Clark County ambassadors pointing at a photo of Extension Educator Carol Bishop. Bishop leads the Mesquite office.

Featured Programs

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SNAP Into Farm Fresh Foods (SF3)

We teach SNAP recipients how to so support local farmers markets by purchasing fresh fruits and vegetables with their benefits. We also work with local farmers market managers, vendors and other community partners to educate them on the importance of creating a SNAP-friendly environment and provide SNAP-related technical support

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Healthy Food Systems

The Healthy Food Systems Program works to increase access to and knowledge about healthy foods within the community through direct education and policy, systems and environmental approaches. The program focuses on local food production, food preparation and processing, nutrition and food security to successfully educate the community on how food systems influence health.

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Healthy Kids, Healthy Schools

This is a comprehensive nutrition program based on the socio-ecological model incorporating nutrition education, promotion and policy, systems and environmental changes that support the implementation of school wellness policy.

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Nevada Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Education

Improve the nutritional well-being of people who receive SNAP benefits and other Nevadans with a low income through community based education, programs and needs assessments.

A healthy meal: chicken sandwich and grapes on a plate and a glass of water.

Healthy Eating on a Budget

The Healthy Eating on a Budget program has been integrated into the TANF Work Readiness workshop as a SNAP-Ed program. The purpose of the 8-lesson series is to provide SNAP recipients with education on healthy nutrition and physical activity practices, food resource management, food safety and food security. 

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Pick a better snack™

This evidence-based campaign focuses on building fruit and vegetable consumption in children through healthy snacking. Pick a better snack™ is a monthly, in-school nutrition education program for primary grade children in at-risk elementary schools in Clark and Washoe counties in Nevada. In addition to direct instruction, staff works with school wellness coordinators to build meaningful and sustainable programming to create a well environment in every school.

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