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Cooperative Extension welcomes Jacob Holloway to northern Nye office

Extension office in northern Nye County to expand programming

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Free green industry class to discuss turfgrass disease

Cooperative Extension series teaches sustainable horticulture to local professionals

A box full of locally grown vegetables, including yellow squash, zucchini, eggplant, radish, and tomatoes
Free local food markets presentation to discuss community impact

Extension welcomes guest speaker Dawn Thilmany from Colorado State University

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Cooperative Extension’s Grow Your Own, Nevada classes return in September

Classes offered to teach high-desert gardeners about growing and preserving food

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Science of gardening taught through new program

Cooperative Extension offers new Home Horticulture Certificate

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Water-efficient landscape training and certification offered this fall

Cooperative Extension class prepares landscapers for Qualified Water Efficient Landscaper certification

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University offers agricultural crop research tours at Field Day

Research being done on drought-tolerant and salt-tolerant crops

A fire burning towards a community
What should I pack in case of evacuation due to wildfire?

Jamie Roice-Gomes and Ashley Andrews discuss preparing now for a wildfire evacuation

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What is firescaping?

University experts give tips on keeping your landscape from going up in flames

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What is defensible space and how do I create some around my home?

University experts help homeowners to make homes more fire safe

A home completely engulfed in fame
How can I prepare my home and neighborhood for a wildfire?

University experts caution actions taken by homeowners before a fire ever starts play a critical role.

Charles Schembre Planting Grape Vines
Charles Schembre brings vineyard experience to Desert Farming Initiative

Experience in soil health and biodiversity will benefit the Experiment Station’s research and programs

Nunez Zepeda at booth
Graduate of the Pack: Ana Nunez Zepeda, nutrition instructor

"It’s important that there are people doing what I do because we can help our community by teaching them how to have a healthy lifestyle."

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Homeowners invited to Nevada Fire Board public meeting and Q&A

Cooperative Extension and board members available to answer questions about wildfire safety

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Wildfires and Rodeos part of Reno Aces Country Festival game

Cooperative Extension and KBUL Radio sponsor Reno Aces vs. Tacoma Rainiers

Dean Payne, Louis Test and Claus Tittiger.
Louis S. Test named Outstanding Agriculturist

Universiy of Nevada, Reno's College of Agriculture, Biotechnology & Natural Resources honored Test for agricultural advocacy, leadership and education

CABNR professors and students with Outstanding Senior Sandy Lee
CABNR awards ceremony honors outstanding undergraduate and graduate students

"I want to express my gratitude to each of you for your dedication, support and commitment to excellence."

Claus Tittiger and Olga Ilchuk
CABNR awards ceremony honors outstanding supporters, staff and faculty

"I want to express my gratitude to each of you for your dedication, support and commitment to excellence."

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Locally grown berry plants for sale by Master Gardeners

Cooperative Extension sale includes strawberry, red raspberry, black raspberry and blackberry varieties

girl wearing green 4H scarf poses with sheep, blue ribbon, red ribbon and plaque
Youth prepare for Washoe County 4-H Livestock Show

Annual Cooperative Extension event showcases youth and the animals they raised

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A.D. Guy Knowledge Center opens in Las Vegas’ Westside

University of Nevada Cooperative Extension provides free and low-cost educational programs for all ages

Rod Haulenbeek points out parts of a tree to a group
Spring tree identification walking tour offered May 9

Cooperative Extension series teaches sustainable horticulture to local professionals

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Homeowners urged to Junk the Junipers May 4 to prepare for wildfire

Part of collaborative Nevada Wildfire Awareness Month activities

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Nevada Wildfire Awareness Month kicks off May 1

University of Nevada Cooperative Extension urges Nevadans to prepare for wildfire year-round

trees, flowers and a lawn
Free green industry class to discuss pruning basics

Cooperative Extension series teaches sustainable horticulture to local professionals

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Summit to help dairy and livestock producers reduce economic risk

Cooperative Extension offers the 2019 Nevada Dairy and Livestock Summit April 23

poster of skull with gass mask and radiation symbol eyes and says "Radon Test Your Home NOW before it's too late!"
Carson Valley student places second in National Radon Poster Contest

Ana Marquez awarded for poster urging communities to test for radon

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Food safety trainings scheduled for farmers

Workshops offered ahead of compliance inspections for Nevada farms

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Grow Your Own, Nevada classes return in April

Cooperative Extension offers eight back-to-basics courses to be offered at 10 communities statewide

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Cooperative Extension hosts free landscape trainings in Spanish and English

Classes to teach landscaping skills and solutions to common landscape problems

plants growing in a greenhouse
Cultivator Pesticide Safety Education Workshop offered statewide March 21

Cooperative Extension workshop offers training for those applying pesticides

people watching a water audit
Water-efficient landscape training and certification offered

Cooperative Extension class prepares landscapers for Qualified Water Efficient Landscaper certification

industrial hemp growing in a greenhouse
Industrial hemp production workshop offered

Cooperative Extension workshop provides overview of commercial production

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Tree identification walking tour offered March 13

Cooperative Extension series teaches sustainable horticulture to local professionals

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Aquatic Pesticide Safety Education Workshop offered statewide March 5

Cooperative Extension workshop offers training for those applying pesticides

dwarf blue curled kale, borage, sugar snap peas, and red and green lettuce varieties growing
Cooperative Extension’s Gardening in Nevada classes return in February

University teams up with Washoe Parks and Bartley Ranch to offer free series

Cattle grazing in field
Cattlemen’s Update Provides Market Production and Research Updates for 2019

Educational programs to be held at seven different locations across Nevada

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