Outreach is something really special to
us here at Friends of Nevada Wilderness because we love to talk
about Nevada’s many extraordinary wild places.
Although under-appreciated by many
people, Nevada’s vast public lands offer myriad natural wonders
and wildlife. Its soaring peaks, mountain slopes, wide valleys
and rugged, twisting canyons are home to colorful wildlife,
scenic vistas and boundless opportunities for unconfined
Learn about some of Nevada’s hidden
scenic jewels and colorful wildlife, and learn what Friends of
Nevada Wilderness has been doing to conserve and care for
Nevada’s wild public lands so future generations also can
experience the wild.
The story of wilderness conservation in
Nevada is a story of hope—how people from diverse backgrounds
and points of view are working together on common
ground—Nevada’s public lands. Friends of Nevada Wilderness work
with fellow citizens and elected leaders at all levels to
protect areas through Congressional designation. We also work
with land management agencies as volunteers to care for these
lands to keep them wild and beautiful for future generations.
Ultimately, the story of wilderness
conservation in Nevada is a story about you. Learn how easy and
rewarding it is to get involved in helping to designate,
protect, and care for your favorite wild places.
We would love to customize a presentation
for your group
Contact us for
details and to schedule times, locations, etc. We look forward
to the opportunity to talk to your group very soon.
Spring wildflowers at Poodle Mountain © Scott Smith
7 Principals Of Leave No Trace
The Leave No Trace Foundation has put
together an amazing list of 7 principles of the Leave No Trace
• Plan Ahead and Prepare
• Travel and Camp on Durable Surfaces
• Dispose of Waste Properly
• Leave What You Find
• Minimize Campfire Impacts
• Respect Wildlife
• Be Considerate of Other Visitors
for more detail of these 7 principals.
Something to Ponder