Juan Carlos Cervantes

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Juan Carlos Cervantes

Extension Educator, County Educator

Education

Western H.S. Anaheim, CA
B.A. UCLA
M.U.P. University of Michigan
Ph.D. University of Minnesota

Programs

4-h expo

White Pine County 4-H Youth Development

4-H is a learn-by-doing life-skills program that teaches youth communication, self-concept, team-building, problem-solving, decision-making, self-responsibility, conflict resolution, aspiration-building, goal-setting, community leadership and career development.

News & Journal Articles, Fact Sheets, Reports...

Informational Publications
Planning for Plant Growth using the Grazing Responce Index
Planning tool for managing grazing to enhance herbaceous plant (e.g. perennial grass) growth by evaluating season, duration and intensity of grazing.
Sherman Swanson 2020, Extension | University of Nevada, Reno
Journals
Viewpoint: An alternative Management Paradigm for Plant Communities Affected by Invasive Annual Grasses in the Intermountain West.
Today’s landscapes are not those described in 1860. With over 400,000 km2 colonized by cheatgrass (Bromus tectorum) and other annual grasses, we believe it is time to declare: The pristine-management-paradigm has failed. Continued, wholesale application of this concept is misguided.
Perryman, B. L., Schultz, B. W., Mcadoo, J. K., Alverts, B., Cervantes, J. C., Foster, S., McCuin, G., Swanson, S. R. 2018, Rangelands. 40:77-82.
Special Publications
Great Basin with trees in fall colors
Nevada Economic Assessment Project Socioeconomic Baseline Report for White Pine County
This report will be used by local, state, and federal agencies as a tool for future planning, aiming to assist the communities of Nevada. It will help readers understand their community’s social, demographic, economic, and environmental
B. Borden, J. Lednicky, L. Thomas, J. C. Cervantes 2020, Extension, University of Nevada, Reno

Extension Director's Office | On the campus of University of Nevada, Reno