Educational Events, Programs and Articles

The University of Nevada in collaboration with Elko Land and Livestock Company have spent the past three years demonstrating how through a fall grazing program, fuel loads dominated by annual grasses on Nevada’s rangelands can be effectively controlled.  Please click here to watch the video.


Applications are now being accepted from high school students to attend the 58th annual Nevada Youth Range Camp to be held June 17-23 at the Smith Creek Ranch in central Nevada. Applications must be submitted by Friday, April 27th.

Interested students must submit an application and letter of recommendation from an adult other than a parent, relative, or sibling. The cost to attend Range Camp is $200, which includes meals and camp activities. Applicants can be sponsored to attend Range Camp by contacting their local conservation district or other organizations. Forms and information can be found on the Nevada Youth Range Camp Website or by contacting Kathryn Dyer (775) 861-6647 or

Please take a minute or two to watch Range Camp’s full-length video, Future Stewards of the Rangeland to learn more about this unique educational opportunity!

We hope to see you there!


We would like to introduce to you the Humboldt River Basin Network, (HRBN). Started in early 2017, the group is sponsored by the Nevada State Conservation Commission (SCC); the Nevada State Conservation Commission (SCC) is charged with carrying out policies on renewable natural resource programs.  Please click on the following link to read more about the HRBN


Sage Grouse Initiative Newsletter

Conserving Greater Sage Grouse:  A Social-Ecological Systems Case Study from the      California-Nevada Region


NRCS Conservation Client Gateway Overview

  1. CCG How to Set Up Your Account
  2. CCG Steps to Sign Up
  3. How Entity Members Grant and Revoke Limited Authority Access
  4. How Entity Members Request Full Authority Access
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