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The Mojave Desert is a national treasure—and one of our world's most promising areas for developing solar energy. We're working to ensure both remain true.
Nevada's sagebrush lands and the wildlife and local economies that depend on them face uncertain futures—unless we get the solutions right.
From astounded by the Sierra Nevada as a young migrant farmer to managing those same forested mountains, today he's our new director.
If you’re a turtle, the latest smartphone or computer is likely the last thing on your mind. But if you’re a scientist ...
We're thinning trees in the Sierra Nevada to prevent catastrophic fires and protect water for nature—and for 600,000 people living in northern Nevada.
Enjoy spectacular photos featuring Nevada's lands and waters—and the animals, plants and people that need them.
People like you are making a difference for local wildlife (and people) in southern Nevada. Volunteer with us!
You'll be amazed by the serenity and rugged beauty of this High Sierra gem.
Watch a cool video and see how we’re combining art, science and community for wildlife and people in Nevada.
- January 12, 2017
- Creating Nature from Our Flood Waters (video)
- January 02, 2017
- Fly the Coop: Look for Eagles (and Other Raptors) in Genoa
- November 15, 2016
- Excavation Work Helps Revitalize Part of the Truckee River (video)
- November 02, 2016
- Several Honored for Land Swap that Protected Gateway to Red Rock Canyon
- August 30, 2016
- Historic, Landscape-Level Sagebrush Ecosystem Conservation Program Announced for Nevada