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Sierra Club Toiyabe Chapter

Friends of Nevada Wilderness

Friends of the Black Rock/High Rock

George Wuerthner Photography

Great Basin
Water Network

Lahontan Audubon Society

Red Rock Audubon Society

Nevada Wilderness Project

Tortoise Group

Center for Biological Diversity

Great Basin Institute

Desert Protective Council

Wildlands CPR

Basin and Range Watch

Nevada Conservation League

Nevada Land Consevancy

Western Lands Project

 

 

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  We Love Nevada

Photographs by Graham

This website is not for any organization or nonprofit. We will not be raising money or asking for donations. It is for advocates of Nevada to share information or just learn about the conservation issues concerning our beautiful state.

Now a one stop place to find out what is going on with Nevada's deserts and mountains. You no longer have to wait for newsletters or meetings.

Please join us! Become an advocate. Share your articles and reports with other Nevada advocates. Or, visit the site to learn about what is going on in Nevada. Send your information to graham@nvdesertmtn.org. Graham will also email out website reminders once a month.

Graham is checking the newspapers for Reno, Las Vegas, Ely, Elko, Carson City and Winnemucca. He will be reviewing the BLM & forest service websites, and also be surveying the web for information. Pertinent articles, reports and information will be posted on this website.

Send in your good photographs of Nevada and they will be put in the slideshow. Send them to graham@nvdesertmtn.org. Photos showing people enjoying the outdoors of Nevada are encouraged.

Nevada is the most mountainous state in the USA. It is the seventh largest state. Eighty six percent of Nevada is public land. Nevada is Spanish for "snowfall." The state animal is the Desert Bighorn Sheep. It has the largest national forest in the lower 48 the Humboldt-Toiyabe.

Yes, Nevada is the most arid state. Many think it is a desert wasteland to be used and abused. Once again---Please join us! Become an advocate. Help preserve and protect our beautiful state.