The Nevada Association of Conservation Districts (NvACD) is a non-profit, nongovernmental organization of the 28 CDs in Nevada. NvACD is made up of three regional area associations of CDs and serves as a state voice for conservation districts on state policy, legislation, communication, and funding for conservation activities. NvACD can lobby, unlike CDs or the State Conservation Commission. It also provides forums to inform, train and educate supervisors and recognize outstanding district individuals and programs. It has standing committees and meets annually around Election Day. It is not subject to the Open Meeting Law.
New ! Interesting articles for your winter reading: These articles were referenced in the annual meeting by Marlene Rebori from UNR during her Leadership Training.
- Leadership and conservation effectiveness: finding a better way
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- Direction and clarity to conservation leaders
- Leadership as a conversation
RANGE CAMP VIDEO !
Nevada Youth Range Camp focuses on relationships between people and rangeland. Campers learn about plants, wildlife, water, and soil in order to make good decisions about rangeland management and use. They learn skills and explore careers in rangeland and related resource management.