University of Nevada Cooperative Extension / Clark County Lifelong Learning Center
8050 Paradise Road
Staff deliver deliver non-degree, educational programs in these areas:
Children, Youth and Families
Health and Nutrition
Grow Your Own
Nevada Naturalist Program
To become a Nevada Naturalist, participants complete a minimum of 60 hours of classes in basic environmental education topics including: ecology, taxonomy, soils, water, endangered species, geology, native plants and animals, insects, invasive species, environmental laws and regulations, adult/child learning techniques, and biological diversity. After completion of session one, students are given the opportunity to complete an optional second session featuring environmental topics including: archaeology, cultural history, paleontology, conservation biology, habitat management, eco-tourism, water harvesting and more. Classes will be held in a variety of settings including classrooms, museums, and in the field.