Picture of strawberriesDid you know?
The strawberry is a member of the rose family.
There are 200 seeds on each strawberry.
Choose shiny, firm strawberries with a bright red color. Avoid shriveled or mushy berries.
Do not wash strawberries until ready to eat. Store them in the refrigerator and enjoy them in one to three days for the best quality.

Sensational strawberry nutrition information and recipes can be found on Cooperative Extension’s website.


Plan to take your family to the Wet ‘n Wild water park on Monday, July 13 for a fun-filled day that supports University of Nevada Cooperative Extension’s 4-H youth development program. Park hours are from 10:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. The pre-purchased admission is $25 per person and proceeds from each ticket sale support 4-H. Pre-purchase admission is required!

Yeardley family

The Yardley family shows off their 4-H tattoos at last year’s event.


Photo of Karyn Johnson with Board of Trustees

The Clark County School-Community Partnership program honored and recognized Karyn Johnson (middle of photo) and Cooperative Extension at the Cark County School District’s Board of School Trustee’s meeting on June 18. The honor is in recognition and thanks for all the work Karyn and Cooperative Extension has done to support the school garden programs across the District!