Lincoln County Programs
Nevada Youth Range Camp
The Nevada Youth Range Camp (NYRC) provides a week-long camping and instructional experience for Nevada high school-age youth from across the state. University of Nevada Cooperative Extension faculty along with resource management professionals from a diversity of state and federal agencies teach curriculum. The focus of the curriculum is the land, ecology (such as plant identification and sagebrush ecology) and management of the Central Great Basin. The camp is sponsored by Cooperative Extension and the Nevada Section of the Society for Range Management.
Contact: Brad Schultz, Humboldt County Extension Educator, 775-623-6304
4-H Youth Development
4-H is a community of young people across America learning leadership, citizenship and life skills.
Cattlemen’s Update is University of Nevada Cooperative Extension’s (UNCE) annual educational program offered for beef cattle producers to learn about issues affecting profitability and product quality in the Great Basin region.
Healthy Eating on a Budget
The Healthy Eating on a Budget program has been integrated into the TANF Work Readiness workshop as a SNAP-Ed program. The purpose of the 8-lesson series is to provide SNAP recipients with education on healthy nutrition and physical activity practices, food resource management, food safety and food security.
Herds and Harvest
Little Books and Little Cooks
University of Nevada Cooperative Extension’s Little Books & Little Cooks program is a national ward winning program (from the National Extension Association of Family and Consumer Sciences) to address parenting and nutrition information. The program teaches both parents and their young children (ages 3-5) important milestones of early learning and literacy, school readiness and good nutrition through a seven-week program. Topics for seven weeks include: proper hand washing procedure, food safety and kitchen safety rules, USDA MyPlate (five food groups), benefits of cooking with children, multicultural foods, parents’ feeding style and hunger and fullness cues, picky eating behaviors, and importance of eating fruits and vegetables. Reading children’s books about nutrition and healthy eating as well as cooking and eating together allow both children and parents to learn about healthy eating and nutrition and gain positive parent-child interaction skills. This program offers children a way to learn important pre-kindergarten skills, including math, science, physical development, health and nutrition, literacy development, social development and creative arts, as well as to try new, nutritious foods.
Pesticide Safety Education Program
University of Nevada Cooperative Extension’s Pesticide Safety Education Program provides Web-based training for pesticide applicators seeking to apply restricted and general use pesticides safely, properly and according to the law. Pesticide licensure and certification is administered by the Nevada Department of Agriculture.
Statewide Programs *Statewide programs may not be available in all counties
|Food Safety Project|
|Grow Your Own, Nevada|
|Invasive Species (Weeds)|
|Nevada Radon Education Program|
|Nevada State GEAR UP|
|Nevada Youth Range Camp|
|People of the Land|
|Riparian and Watershed Assessment and Management|
|Stronger Economies Together|
|Weed Prevention and Management|