Friends of Nevada Wilderness is dedicated to preserving all qualified Nevada public lands as wilderness, protecting all present and potential wilderness from ongoing threats, informing the public about the values of and need for wilderness, and restoring and improving the management of wild lands.

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02/26/2015
America’s 640 million acres of federal public lands are the backbone of our rich outdoor heritage. However, some would like to sell off YOUR public lands to the highest bidder and close off access forever. Please join us in the continued fight to keep public lands in public hands!...Read more »
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02/13/2015
Southern Nevada’s public lands are some of the most spectacular in the nation and on Wednesday, February 18th we need YOU to speak up for these incredible places. Senator Harry Reid and Representative Dina Titus are hosting a public meeting in Las Vegas and they want to hear from you about the places you love and want to see protected.  ...Read more »
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02/12/2015
On February 12, Senators Heller and Reid teamed with Congressman Amodei to introduce the Douglas County Conservation Act of 2015, S. 472. Part of this legislation would designate 12,330 acres as wilderness the Burbank Canyons WSA in the Pinenut Range in Douglas County.  To see a map of this area, click here. Friends of Nevada Wilderness was a part of the grassroots discussions over the past several years with Douglas County and other stakeholders. We are very excited to see this legislation moving forward to address a number of important conservation issues within the county. Thanks to all our supporters who attended meetings, tours and wrote letters! This bill is another great example of how Nevadans continue to come together to solve issues in a bi-partisan way....Read more »