Nevada 4-H Pollinator Ambassador Program Support Campaign

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Nevada 4-H Pollinator Ambassador Program Support Campaign

Support local Nevada 4-H youth create awareness, educate, and lead communities in protecting pollinators.

By University of Nevada, Reno Extension

When and where

Date and time

February 1 · 5am - April 30 · 8am PST


To be announced

Refund Policy

No Refunds

About this event

  • 88 days 2 hours
  • Mobile eTicket

The Nevada 4-H Pollinator Ambassador program is a National 4-H Council Grant driven program to recruit young people throughout Nevada to create awareness, educate, and lead their communities to protect pollinators.

Pollinators are responsible for 1 of 3 bites of food humans consume. Pollinators are drastically declining, and we have a chance to change that by providing education, awareness and building pollinator habitats throughout Nevada.

This National 4-H Council Grant allows 6 youth to attend the National 4-H Youth Agri Science Summit in Washington DC this March 2023. We would like to be able to send all our Pollinator Ambassadors (11 total) that meet the requirements, but we cannot do that without your help.

If you are able, please support these young people in the journey to connect Nevada communities together through pollinators and pollinator habitats.

Please choose the pollinator garden or habitat that fits your budget. Thank you for supporting the 4-H Pollinator Ambassadors of Nevada.

All program support received from this campaign will be spent on youth travel expenses to attend this event.

This is a non-tax deductible program support campaign. If you would like to make a tax deductible donation to this program please contact Jessica Gardner @ 775-782-9960 or

About the organizer

University of Nevada, Reno Extension


Who we are: We are the outreach arm of University of Nevada, Reno. We design and deliver community programs to Nevadans in partnership with other agencies and volunteers.


What we do:  We learn about the needs of our community and develop programs to meet them. We teach classes, hold workshops and sponsor seminars related to those needs. We provide online information at no charge.


What we offer:  Education, training and instruction in: Health & Nutrition; Children, Youth & Families; Natural Resources; Horticulture; Community Development; and Agriculture.  

$20 – $1,000