The Nevada State 4-H Camp plans to reopen the camp facility to outside user groups. Group size cannot exceed the Douglas County limit for public gatherings. All UNR employees will adhere to the UNR Policies and Procedures for On-Campus work for all employees, which includes the 4-H camp. Operational procedures developed by outside user groups must follow the recommendations of the CDC, American Camping Association Field Guide for Camps on Implementation of CDC Guidance and UNR Policies and Procedures. User groups must submit a Communicable Disease Plan prior to their arrival to the camp to be approved by State 4-H Camp Educational Coordinator and State 4-H Camp Facilities Manager. A template will be provided by the State 4-H Camp Facilities Manager. 

Please see below to download the full list of policies and procedures.

Haack-Damon, K 2020, Nevada State 4-H Camp, Long-Term Recovery Reopening Policies and Procedures, Extension | University of Nevada, Reno

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