Nevada Tahoe Program
The Nevada Tahoe Resource Team implements the Lake Tahoe Environmental Improvement Program (EIP) on the Nevada side of the Tahoe Basin. Project implementation is focused on water quality, forest restoration, recreation, wildlife, and stream environment zone restoration.
Question 1 Program
The Conservation Bond Program became known as the "Question 1 Program" when the Proposal to Issue Bonds for Conservation and Resource Protection under Assembly Bill No. 9 of the 17th Special Session appeared number 1 on the State of Nevada voter’s ballot. This iniative authorized up to $200 million dollars for resource protection to State Lands, division of State Parks, Department of Wildlife, Department of Cultural Affairs, Washoe County, Clark County, and Las Vegas Spring Preserve.
Sagebrush Ecosystem Program
In November 2012, Governor Brian Sandoval issued Executive Order 2012-19 establishing the Nevada Sagebrush Ecosystem Council and Sagebrush Ecosystem Technical Team. The ecosystem program is focused on providing solutions and actions to the myriad of threats challenging the condition of the ecosystem and the plants, animals, and people dependent upon the health and resiliency of this landscape.
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Authorizations & Permitting
State Land Use Planning services include technical assistance, stakeholder coordination, and facilitation of a broad spectrum of State, federal, and local land use and natural resource issues.Learn More
Land Use Planning
Resource programs have been developed to manage our state’s unique and sensitive habitats. Through these programs we implement and monitor environmental restoration and protection as well as collaborate and cooperate with many state, federal, local and private partners.Learn More
State Lands oversees a diverse range of programs to support Nevada’s natural resources. With 19 employees, we strive to provide excellent statewide service to our broad range of customers.Learn More