Misha Allen

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Misha Allen

Extension Educator, County Educator


Misha is a human development specialist that is passionate about developing people:  children, adults, families, communities and organizations.  She has developed diverse programs across the lifespan, including mental health and crisis intervention services for children, families and schools; youth development; early childhood education; adult education (skill development, continuing education, higher education); business development (vision development, strategic planning, group facilitation); and public health.

She inspires others to broaden their knowledge, skills and influence to increase their value at work, home and within the community.  Operating from the belief that synergy is at the core of all meaningful and sustainable community partnerships, Misha takes pride in bringing diverse voices together, developing consensus and working strategically to achieve goals.


B.A. California State University San Bernardino, Human Development, 2000
M.A. Pacific Oaks College, Human Development, 2012


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Northern Nye County 4-H Youth Development

Northern Nye County offers clubs and other activities for youth in Tonopah, Round Mountain and surrounding areas.

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

Fact Sheets
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Best Management Practices for Livestock and Equine during Wildfire Smoke Events
The intent of this article is to provide recommendations for best management practices for livestock and equine owners during wildfire smoke events. Some of these recommendations may not be applicable to owners of large quantities of livestock and/or equine.
Chichester, L, Kay, M., Roice-Gomes, J., Allen, M., Taylor, L. Emm, S. 2021, Extension, University of Nevada, Reno, FS-21-10
Best management practices for livestock and equine during wildfire smoke events
Wildfire can be an important tool in maintaining diverse and healthy ecosystems. However, wildfires can also increase greenhouse gas emissions, devastate ecosystems, and decimate animal populations and their habitats, along with homes and other structures, creating hazardous health impacts on humans and animals.
L. Chichester, M. Kay, J. Roice-Gomes, M. Allen, L. Taylor, S. Emm 2021, Extension, University of Nevada, Reno, FS-21-10