One thing that unites us as a nation is land: Americans strongly support saving the open spaces they love.
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Nevada Land Trust Receives Accreditation Renewal by the National Land Trust Accreditation Commission
The entire Tahoe Meadows contain significant archaeological values, including habitation and processing sites dating back 4,000 years.
Silver Lake marsh, playa and uplands offer a unique opportunity to observe dozens of species of birds and interpret Great Basin ecology and unique basin and rang
What started as one couple’s personal endeavor grew into a local movement—inspiring others to take notice and to act—for the benefit of all.
The Nevada Land Trust worked with Nevada Division of State Parks, Carson Water Subconservancy District, Lyon County, Dayton Valley Conservation District and Lahontan Audubon IBA to develop a manag
Look west through the trees in the shadow of Jobs Peak and you realize that seven pairs of eyes are staring intently back at you.
They share a love for life and land. They depend on the water that flows here and the preservation of their natural habitat.
Like the emigrants of yesterday, we can traverse the wilderness on foot, in the unaltered landscape of Nevada’s majestic high desert.
For some, being a landowner is much more than a legal right—it is an ideal that brings with it great responsibility.
“It is magnificent country, and truly worthy of its national treasure status."—Patty McCleary, Conservation Director, Nevada Land Trust