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Reno, NV 89501
Phone: (775) 322-4990
Fax: (775) 322-5132

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The Nature Conservancy
915 East Bonneville Avenue
Las Vegas, NV 89101
Phone: (702) 737-8744

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Phone: 775-322-4990, ext. 3123
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Nevada Board of Trustees

Joel Laub, Las Vegas

Vice Chair:
John McDonough, Salt Lake City

Carole Anderson, Reno
Tim Buchanan, Salt Lake City
Adam Clarkson, Las Vegas
William Coulthard, Las Vegas
William Douglass, Reno
Arthur Hall, Minden
Joanne Hall, Minden
Roger Harker, Minden
Ronald Krump, Reno
Diane Martinez, Incline Village
Reynaldo Martinez, Incline Village
Tony Sanchez, III, Las Vegas
Jennifer Satre, Reno
Thomas G. Warden, Las Vegas

Honorary Trustees:
Senator Paul Laxalt
Senator Harry Reid

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The Nature Conservancy’s Nevada Chapter Board of Trustees has been awarded the Community Foundation of Western Nevada's 100% Board Giving Award for 2015.

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Arlington, VA 22203-1606

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