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Current News and Events at Cooperative Extension

There's a lot happening at University of Nevada Cooperative Extension! Be sure to come back often, because new stories are posted on a regular basis.

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Gardening series continues--get the dirt on soil5/25/2016
Living With Fire Program receives highest honor at regional conference5/25/2016
Master Gardeners bring new life to Nellis AFB grove5/19/2016
Cooperative Extension hosts forum on holistic land management5/11/2016
4-H Robotics Camp scheduled5/9/2016
Registration dates set for fall 2016 Master Gardener training5/9/2016
Cooperative Extension offers workshop on keeping trees alive during drought5/6/2016
Registration now open for Wildfire Awareness Half Marathon and 5K Run May 295/4/2016
Homeowners urged to Junk the Junipers May 21 to prepare for wildfire5/4/2016
Gardening in Small Places: organic gardening5/3/2016
4-H to host friends and family events this summer5/2/2016
The Greenhouse Project in Carson City hosts plant sale May 75/2/2016
Opportunity Village students train for jobs in child care4/29/2016
New social media accounts for Southern Area’s Cooperative Extension4/27/2016
Cooperative Extension hosts forum on managing weeds with crested wheatgrass4/20/2016
Cooperative Extension’s Grow Your Own, Nevada classes return in May4/20/2016
Registration now open for Wildfire Awareness Half Marathon and 5K Runs in May4/19/2016
Cooperative Extension hosts Capital City Farm Days4/18/2016
Nevada Wildfire Awareness Month kicks off May 14/18/2016
Cooperative Extension presents weed-control education April 26 — 284/18/2016
Junior Master Gardeners plan service project in Moapa Valley4/14/2016
Looking for educational gardening activities for the summer?4/14/2016
2016 4-H Resident camp at Lake Tahoe4/13/2016
Cooperative Extension partners with Tractor Supply Company for 4-H fundraiser4/11/2016
Cooperative Extension hosts free landscape trainings in Spanish and English4/6/2016
Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math Day Camps scheduled4/4/2016
Cooperative Extension 4-H leaders launch rocket classes during Spring Break4/1/2016
25th Anniversary Chefs for Kids Dinner and Auction set for May 73/30/2016
Gardening in small places series continues3/24/2016
Rose Society May meeting3/24/2016
Board of Regents grants tenure3/22/2016
Nevada Volunteers and Cooperative Extension host forums for volunteers3/22/2016
Cooperative Extension teaches pesticide applicators how to protect pollinators3/21/2016
Demonstration and Test Gardens in bloom3/18/2016
Churchill County 4-H youth to attend Leadership Washington Focus conference3/15/2016
Cooperative Extension offers workshops on irrigation management3/15/2016
Caring for Easter lilies3/14/2016
Free classes at Acacia Park3/9/2016
Gardening in Nevada class discusses gardening for wildlife in your backyard3/2/2016
Nation’s top trainer in sibling support will host event at Cooperative Extension2/24/2016
Gardening in Nevada class discusses how to train and prune fruit trees2/24/2016
Free gardening classes at Acacia Park2/23/2016
Cooperative Extension and Rose Society April meeting2/23/2016
Irrigation workshop scheduled2/23/2016
Master Gardeners offer special themed spring garden tours2/19/2016
Hands-on workshop offered on landscape insects2/18/2016
Gardening in Nevada class discusses pests in the landscape and garden2/17/2016
Master Gardeners are ready to assist the community2/17/2016
Cooperative Extension offers free workshop on estate planning for ag businesses2/16/2016
Cooperative Extension hosts Nevada Agriculture Outlook2/16/2016
Gardening in Nevada class discusses growing grapes and making wine2/10/2016
Gardening in Nevada classes discuss wine, pests and heirloom plants2/5/2016
Composting workshop2/4/2016
South Valley Rose Society March meeting2/4/2016
Nevada Naturalist 2016 Lecture Series begins2/2/2016
Nevada Naturalist’s schedule open house on Feb. 272/1/2016
Reduce the radon health risk in your home1/26/2016
Cooperative Extension’s free Gardening in Nevada classes return in February1/25/2016
Carson Valley student takes first place in National Radon Poster Contest1/21/2016
Arborist certification prep and review series1/20/2016
Master Gardeners set spring garden tours1/19/2016
Cooperative Extension offers classes for landscapers, nursery workers1/14/2016
Cooperative Extension pest control workshop focuses on vertebrate pests1/14/2016
So Valley Rose Society meeting scheduled1/14/2016
Gardening in Small Spaces: vegetables1/14/2016
Turtles of Mexico, topic of discussion at the next Herpetological Society meeting1/13/2016
Consider planting Nevada native milkweeds in your garden1/11/2016
Chainsaw safety and handling presentation1/8/2016
Mulch available at Lifelong Learning and Research Centers1/6/2016
Local Radon presentations1/6/2016
Looking for educational gardening activities?1/5/2016
2016 Tree Care: Best Practices seminar and workshop in English1/5/2016
2016 Tree Care: Best Practices seminar and workshop in Spanish1/5/2016

Columns written by University of Nevada Cooperative Extension staff for local publications.

Appears in Desert Valley Times and Moapa Valley Progress

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Hot weather and your worm bin5/24/2016
Design your weed5/10/2016
Desert plant adaptations5/4/2016
Flowering cacti4/27/2016
Compost on established plants4/19/2016
Attracting beneficials4/11/2016
Why lettuce gets bitter4/5/2016
Milkweed, pollination and butterflies3/16/2016
Jerusalem artichokes3/8/2016
Place drainage holes in pots--not rocks!3/2/2016
Selecting different vegetables2/24/2016
New Zealand Spinach2/16/2016
Tomatoes-Time to Think2/8/2016
Late winter pruning1/26/2016
Wet winter, weedy spring1/19/2016
Trees and Shrubs1/13/2016
Some good trees for southern Nevada1/5/2016
When freezing plants damage our plants1/5/2016

Also see: Archive of Angela O'Callaghan's published columns.