The following is our approved Mission Statement:

To discover, develop, disseminate, preserve and use knowledge to strengthen the social, economic and environmental well-being of people.

It's appropriate to use the Mission Statement in promotional print or electronic pieces about Cooperative Extension programs, as well as in educational publications, such as Bulletins, Curriculum Materials, and/or class handout materials.

En Español:

La misión de la Extensión Cooperativa de la Universidad de Nevada es descubrir, desarrollar, diseminar, preservar y usar nuestros conocimientos para fortalecer el bienestar social, económico y ambiental de la población.

Extension 2019, Mission Statement, Extension
 

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Donaldson, S., Hefner, M., Carpenter, J., and Lawrence, L. 2012, University of Nevada Cooperative Extension, FS-10-07
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A Northern Nevada Homeowner's Guide to Identifying and Managing Cabbage Caterpillars
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This fact sheet describes the identifying features, life cycle, plant damage, and control methods for managing earwigs in Nevada.
K. Burls, W.Hanson Mazet, H. Kratsch 2021, Extension, University of Nevada, Reno, FS-21-108
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A Northern Nevada Homeowner's Guide to Identifying and Managing Shield Bugs
This fact sheet describes the identifying features, life cycle, plant damage, and control methods for managing Shield Bugs in Nevada.
K. Burls, W. Hanson Mazet, H. Kratsch 2021, Extension, University of Nevada, Reno, FS-21-110
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A Northern Nevada Homeowner's Guide to Identifying and Managing Squash Bugs
This fact sheet describes the identifying features, life cycle, plant damage, and control methods for managing Squash Bugs in Nevada.
K. Burls, W. Hanson Mazet, H.i Kratsch 2021, Extension, University of Nevada, Reno, FS-21-111