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Business Leaders for Nature

Volunteers planting native plants
Corporate volunteers in Nevada Volunteers planting native plants in a restoration area. © Simon Williams/TNC

Help Us Protect Nevada’s Way of Life

When you join the Conservancy’s Nevada Business Leaders for Nature, you’re making it clear that you share our vision for thriving lands and waters.

Nevada's Business Leaders for Nature

The Nature Conservancy in Nevada would like to recognize the following members of our Business Leaders for Nature Program:


NV Energy


CA Technologies
Vail Resorts, Inc.


The Howard Hughes Corporation

Why Join Nevada Business Leaders for Nature?

Nevada’s lands and waters—in addition to our local economies and communities—depend on diverse partners including companies and businesses like yours to help shape their future.

The Nature Conservancy works across the state—from Red Rock Canyon to the Truckee River—to keep Nevada a place where people love to live and work. From fresh air and drinking water to great outdoor destinations, protecting nature means protecting our treasured way of life.

Our track record of 30+ years of success in Nevada ensures you can count on us to be your conservation partner of choice. What sets us apart? We work with partners like you to address the most urgent conservation challenges at the largest scale by pursuing collaborative, pragmatic, science-based solutions.

Won’t you join us in building a better Nevada? Together, we can have sustainable cities, clean water, and lands that provide for all.

On behalf of all Nevadans—today and tomorrow—thank you!

BRONZE ($10,000 - $24,999/year)

Business Leaders at the Bronze level receive

SILVER ($25,000 - $49,999/year)

Business Leaders at the Silver level receive

GOLD ($50,000 - $99,999/year)

Business Leaders at the Gold level receive all Silver level benefits PLUS

PLATINUM ($100,000+/year)

Business Leaders at the Platinum level receive

Membership in Nevada Business Leaders for Nature is subject to review and approval by The Nature Conservancy. Questions? Please contact us at 775-322-4990 or

One of the most pristine alpine lakes west of the Rockies.
Independence Lake Preserve One of the most pristine alpine lakes west of the Rockies. © Devan King/ TNC